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Things are getting closer by the day, but I do not know of a specific release date. In the last podcast interview that Geoff did with DearMyrtle on 19 Feb 2008, it sounded like the timeframe was 1-2 months.

I do know that they are working hard. They have already announced that Legacy 7 will have Mill’s source citations and charting (including DNA). We talked about another major feature, but I can’t discuss it.

I am anxious to get a copy myself. I’ll make another post when I know more.

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By: Chuck http://www.thinkgenealogy.com/2008/02/21/meeting-with-legacy-wow/comment-page-1/#comment-335 Chuck Sat, 01 Mar 2008 23:06:21 +0000 http://www.thinkgenealogy.com/2008/02/21/meeting-with-legacy-wow/#comment-335 Mark, Any details on Legacy 7 . . . specific new features, release date, etc. There just isn't any info out there, as far as I can see. The Legacy blog has been doing final tests approaching release since last summer. Mark,

Any details on Legacy 7 . . . specific new features, release date, etc. There just isn’t any info out there, as far as I can see. The Legacy blog has been doing final tests approaching release since last summer.

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