Genealogy Pro received two updates over the past few days, to version 2.113 and 2.114. Release notes are not currently available, but will be posted as soon as they are.
Genealogy Pro, a Mac OS X genealogy application, was updated to version 2.112. Fixed: Genealogy Pro 2.112 fixes another isolated bug where conversion of the chart to a web image will sometimes cause Genealogy Pro to hang. This occurred only where privacy options were set.
There have been several versions of Genealogy Pro for Mac OS X released over the past few weeks, and I fell behind on keeping up with them. Right now it’s at version 2.1. Genealogy Pro is a commercial genealogy application (free demo is available), that runs under Mac OS X 10.2.8 and above.
Along with the changes to GEDCOM handling (import/export), as well as interface improvements, one major change that came about was the move to being a Universal Binary – running on the Intel-based Macs without the need for emulation.
Version 2.0.3 and 2.0.4 of Genealogy Pro for Mac OS X has been released. It’s a commercial genealogy application (a free demo is available), and requires Mac OS X 10.2.8. These are basically maintenance releases (2.0.2 was released as well recently) and are recommended for all users.
Genealogy Pro 2.0.1 was released yesterday. It’s a new Mac OS X genealogy application (a major update to an older, MacOS/Classic genealogy application), and it requires Mac OS X 10.2.8, and retails for $20 (with a 30-day free demo). This is considered a maintenance release.
Genealogy Pro 2.0 Final has been completed and is now released. It’s a new Mac OS X genealogy application (a major update to an older, MacOS/Classic genealogy application). It requires Mac OS X 10.2.8, and sells for $20 (with a 30-day free trial).