If you do find a bug, Mac Kiev has made it easy to report them on their website.
I’d like to explain how to get the update, since at first the process seemed a bit redundant to me, but then I realized why.
First, you will not update FTM from within the app itself; if you try, it will say you have the most current version.
According to Jack Minsky, “The Newsletter went only to those who were signed up for the mailing list to receive updates AND had a registration in our database,” in order to keep their promise about the updates without overloading servers.
People who signed up for the FTM newsletter should be receiving an email from Software Mac Kiev president, Jack Minsky, announcing the release (I received mine last night).The following announcement was received from Jack Minsky, President of Software Mac Kiev: Drum roll, please.For those of you who have been waiting patiently (or impatiently) for an update we thought every user of FTM 2014 and Mac 3 should install, well it’s here, and here’s why you should install it.Family Tree Maker (FTM) has been through more than a few twists and turns over the last year.In Dec 2015, Ancestry announced that it would no longer sell or support its popular genealogy program and many thought FTM was done for.(Even if you’ve already updated to a previous edition of FTM 2014.1 or Mac 3.1). New in this build is the ability to add password-protection to the tree files you export.