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  1. conflicting origins

    An 'error' tag is a good idea, Sort dated to follow the tagged entry. Both can be excluded from reports to non-family historians but included for research reports. I don't think it's a good idea to ever delete info you have collected as you want to track why you considered that information in error. Sometimes new evidence will appear that may confirm what you formerly believed to be in error and you will want you research trail to be complete.
  2. I am receiving this in journal reports and ind. narrative reports. I have checked that the address is entered, correctly typed, marked as primary, and the element is present on the output screen, but neither the preview nor the report output pick up the address, instead printing "unknown repository address ". Ex. a familysearch census citation full footnote reads: 1860 U.S. census, Clayton County, Iowa, population schedule, [CD2], [CD1]; digital image, FamilySearch (unknown repository address : accessed [CD3]); citing NARA microfilm publication M653, roll number 315<; [CM]>. yet the web address is included on the repository detail screen. This is my FF template: [CENSUS ID], [COUNTY], [sTATE]<, [sCHEDULE]>, [CD2], [CD1]; digital image, [iTAL:][REPOSITORY][:ITAL] ([REPOSITORY ADDRESS] : accessed [CD3]); citing NARA microfilm publication [FILM NUMBER]<, roll number [ROLL NUMBER]><; [CM]>. And I have entered the address, https://familysearch.org/, as addressee detail on the repository definition screen. And this seems to be a new problem; in the past this has occurred when my repository has not been marked as primary. Hoping someone has experienced and solved this issue. Thank you. Danielle