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  • efgen
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    K,

    Your tree isn't attached to the other person's kit. There's a bug where sometimes clicking on a match's tree icon shows the tree from your own account instead. Usually logging out of your account and logging back in, and/or clearing cache, will resolve the issue.

    Elise

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  • dna
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    You can edit your own post only within 15 minutes, as measured by the time from original Save to the last Save.

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  • Jim Barrett
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    Originally posted by GoofusBroadway View Post
    I don't see a way to edit my post, so I'll just do it this way.K.
    You only have a short time in which you can edit your own post. I do not know how long it is. During that time you'll see a "Edit" button near the "Quote" button.

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  • GoofusBroadway
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    I don't see a way to edit my post, so I'll just do it this way.

    CORRECTION: I wasn't looking at the x-match report. It was my list of pending relationships. There were 4. All had the green pedigree icon. When I clicked on any of them, my own tree was displayed.

    K.

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  • GoofusBroadway
    started a topic my tree attached to my matches?

    my tree attached to my matches?

    <sigh>
    My apologies if this is a duplicate post, but I only just found this and a quick search shows no other posts about it.

    I'm looking at the results of an x-match report. When I click on a match's "little green family tree", I get my own...

    on every one of them.

    Why is this?
    K.
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