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    Topic:   Census dates  

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      macalter
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      I went to add a 1940 Census date and instead of the drop down with the pre-defined dates, was presented with a calendar set to today’s date. On purpose? Bug? Or did I miss turning on a setting when upgrading?

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      #8403
      macalter
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      Rhetorical. I indeed forgot to turn on Census Assistant. Hard to remember which ones were on and missed that one.

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      [updated: 22 May 2017]

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