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    Thanks for the prompt reply Nigel.

    In the comments on “Upgrading to kiwitrees 3.3.2” I’m not sure what is meant by “Logout, close your browser and log back in”, since I’m running on my local machine. I did close the browser and re-open it; I also cleared the cache, but I still got the same error messages when I tried to open kiwitrees.
    I do have Webtrees installed as well as Kiwitrees. Is it possible that Kiwitrees is confused by the Webtrees tables?