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    The move to being more responsive is good. It’s coming at it new, I had no idea what to expect. Like the “disappearing” icons. Now that I know this, if I want to squish, then to use icons I know to widen again. I couldn’t view the source code to see that tables were gone but did suspect such. That’s why I referred to 3.0. In no means to suggest restoring it — that doesn’t help moving to mobile or other devices which you’re aiming for. It just gave me an understanding of the changes and all is well.

    The PL list easily shows me that I had dates in Place names. I had stray commas too.

    I like the direction kiwitrees is going!!!! Don’t mean to get you upset.

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