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  • clintonslayton76
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    Thanks very much. It seems counterintuitive to have to set it to the total membership, but it worked, and that's what counts!

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  • Jim Barrett
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    When I view www.familytreedna.com/groups/barrett/dna-results and select mtDNA - Results, just above the results chart there is a selection of "RSRS Results" or "CRS Results" and below that is "Page Size" with a little box were you can enter a value. I'm sorry your project doesn't have that. FTDNA does provide it.

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  • clintonslayton76
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    There is no Page Size adjustment that seems to affect the mtDNA Project results. If one has agreed to allow results to be shown in a Project, it seems that FTDNA should provide a way for one to see if and where they are placed in that Project. Thanks to all for replying.

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  • Jim Barrett
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    Originally posted by clintonslayton76 View Post
    I am trying to learn this new forum format, so I apologize if this has been asked or answered: I know a clunky way to look for Y Project Members by setting the Page Size for the membership size and doing a FIND for the kit number. My wife is in some mtDNA projects, one of which has over 10 pages of results. The nub of the issue is: if you JOIN a project, is there any way to ever see where you have been placed in the Results? There seems to be no built-in way, and since each Project shows different levels of information, it seems primitive to NOT have a way of seeing your own kit within a Project that you have been accepted for. Am I missing something?
    Have you tried changing the page size?

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  • The_Contemplator
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    You are not missing anything. Like you said, there is no easy way to know where one of your kits has been placed other than doing a search or asking the admin. The admin would also need to use the browser's find function to locate the person unless they remember where the kit should be.

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  • clintonslayton76
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    Project members trying to find themselves

    I am trying to learn this new forum format, so I apologize if this has been asked or answered: I know a clunky way to look for Y Project Members by setting the Page Size for the membership size and doing a FIND for the kit number. My wife is in some mtDNA projects, one of which has over 10 pages of results. The nub of the issue is: if you JOIN a project, is there any way to ever see where you have been placed in the Results? There seems to be no built-in way, and since each Project shows different levels of information, it seems primitive to NOT have a way of seeing your own kit within a Project that you have been accepted for. Am I missing something?
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