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There are problems on this page with the edit button overriding the text in such a way that it is partially blocked. Can someone in tech support look at that?--[[User:Carolbmoss|Carol B. Moss]] 20:12, 22 December 2011 (UTC)
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Notes: On https:/​/​familysearch.org/​learn/​wiki/​en/​Germany under Research Tools there is a link (https:/​/​familysearch.org/​learn/​wiki/​en/​images/​f/​f7/​Archive_​Add_​.pdf) to a list of addresses of German archives holding church records (pt 2),​ which serves as a numeric key to the alpha list of parishes (pt 1). But when you go to pt 2,​ the ID numbers over 99 show as #​#​#​,​ apparently because the column is not wide enough to accommodate the larger numbers. Would you please re-format the original so that all the numbers show (please check the last page to be sure : } ),​ and then create a new pdf for the link to go to?​ I’d appreciate being notified when this has been done. Thanks,​ Dee G. winorsk@gmail.com
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Note:  I located the Mainz repository address for Ms. Winorsk.  I am hopeful that whomever created the pt 2 pdf page is able to make the correction, Ms. Winorsk, and other researchers will need.  I'll try to see if I can make those pt 2 ID column adjustments, myself.
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Thanks to everyone for their help in building the German research articles and tools on the wiki.  It makes a difference.
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Sincerely,
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Caroline W. Irwin - Wiki Support Team Member
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[[User: Saguache214|CIrwin]]
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There are problems on this page with the edit button overriding the text in such a way that it is partially blocked. Can someone in tech support look at that?--[[User:Carolbmoss|Carol B. Moss]] 20:12, 22 December 2011 (UTC)  
  
 
== Missing topics list  ==
 
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:I have added back the topics listed above to a left-hand sidebar or the article. --[[User:Cottrells|Steve]] 06:04, 15 October 2010 (UTC)
 
:I have added back the topics listed above to a left-hand sidebar or the article. --[[User:Cottrells|Steve]] 06:04, 15 October 2010 (UTC)
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== Please add information  ==
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Under the Nobility and Government Areas, all of the links work. &nbsp;However, some of the connections in Featured Content, Location, News, Events, and Topic areas are red. &nbsp;Would it be possible for you to add further information in these areas. &nbsp;Your page is wonderful and we would like to use it as a Featured Article (FA) when the information is added.<u></u> <br> Thank you for your hard work.
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== Please add information  ==
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Under the Nobility and Government Areas, all of the links work. &nbsp;However, some of the connections in Featured Content, Location, News, Events, and Topic areas are red. &nbsp;Would it be possible for you to add further information in these areas. &nbsp;Your page is wonderful and we would like to use it as a Featured Article (FA) when the information is added.<u></u>
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<br> Thank you for your hard work.
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Sincerely,
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Revision as of 22:33, 21 October 2012

Notes: On https:/​/​familysearch.org/​learn/​wiki/​en/​Germany under Research Tools there is a link (https:/​/​familysearch.org/​learn/​wiki/​en/​images/​f/​f7/​Archive_​Add_​.pdf) to a list of addresses of German archives holding church records (pt 2),​ which serves as a numeric key to the alpha list of parishes (pt 1). But when you go to pt 2,​ the ID numbers over 99 show as #​#​#​,​ apparently because the column is not wide enough to accommodate the larger numbers. Would you please re-format the original so that all the numbers show (please check the last page to be sure : } ),​ and then create a new pdf for the link to go to?​ I’d appreciate being notified when this has been done. Thanks,​ Dee G. winorsk@gmail.com

Note:  I located the Mainz repository address for Ms. Winorsk.  I am hopeful that whomever created the pt 2 pdf page is able to make the correction, Ms. Winorsk, and other researchers will need.  I'll try to see if I can make those pt 2 ID column adjustments, myself.

Thanks to everyone for their help in building the German research articles and tools on the wiki.  It makes a difference.

Sincerely,

Caroline W. Irwin - Wiki Support Team Member

CIrwin


There are problems on this page with the edit button overriding the text in such a way that it is partially blocked. Can someone in tech support look at that?--Carol B. Moss 20:12, 22 December 2011 (UTC)

Missing topics list

The list of topics is missing on the page. I found the list on an old copy of page:

I will ask Steve C. if he can put the list back on the page. --Fran 16:18, 4 October 2010 (UTC)

I have added back the topics listed above to a left-hand sidebar or the article. --Steve 06:04, 15 October 2010 (UTC)

Please add information

Under the Nobility and Government Areas, all of the links work.  However, some of the connections in Featured Content, Location, News, Events, and Topic areas are red.  Would it be possible for you to add further information in these areas.  Your page is wonderful and we would like to use it as a Featured Article (FA) when the information is added.
Thank you for your hard work.

Sincerely,

Featured Article Committee members -

Please add information

Under the Nobility and Government Areas, all of the links work.  However, some of the connections in Featured Content, Location, News, Events, and Topic areas are red.  Would it be possible for you to add further information in these areas.  Your page is wonderful and we would like to use it as a Featured Article (FA) when the information is added.


Thank you for your hard work.

Sincerely,

Featured Article Committee members -