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    Anyone else having trouble reaching FTDNA Projects online?

    Anyone else having trouble reaching FTDNA Projects online? Such as http://www.familytreedna.com/public/R1b-U152/

    Thanks
    U152+ L2+ John Wilson is currently my oldest known direct male ancestor. John Wilson married in the parish of Hawick (Pronounced as Hoik) in the Scottish Borders in 1699. Many of his descendants went on to be very successful in business in Hawick and some even became somewhat famous. Like James Wilson (my 1st cousin) who was a manufacturer, then M.P and the founder of "The Economist" Magazine and the Standard Chartered Bank. Another was Sir James Glenny Wilson, also of Hawick originally.

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    Same here. "Redirect loop," says Chrome.

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    I also cant acces it today. probably a problem at ftdna

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sven Vermaete View Post
    I also cant acces it today. probably a problem at ftdna
    Yes. I noticed it last night. I thought perhaps it was my operating system or laptop, but the problem persisted when I attempted to access it on my other computer and using IE. If others are having issues, it must be the website.

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    Same here!

    Hope it is caused by the new SNP overload from the U152 BigY results



    Quote Originally Posted by BrettMaximus View Post
    Anyone else having trouble reaching FTDNA Projects online? Such as http://www.familytreedna.com/public/R1b-U152/

    Thanks

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    Oh yes. It was supposed to be that they were revamping the ordering pages and rolling out the new Learning center but as far as i can tell everything else has gone to H---. I cannot access any results on the public pages--- but at least today you get a landing page. Yesterday you got no where. They are aware and working on it but what a pain. Shows the need for some paper or electronic copies of results. My blurb just came out in the New England Genealogical and Biographical Register and no one can access the link.

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    Had similar problem last night, but just checked and FTDNA was fine and working, accessed U152 Project. Didn't check everything but same old FTDNA Haplogroup tree from five years ago and no changes to my Big Y Status of March 28.

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    My bookmarks for it just looped back, but it worked from my FTDNA homepage (projects)!

    https://www.familytreedna.com/public...ction=yresults

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    I think if one's old bookmarks didn't include the s at the end of https, those links default to the FTDNA home page now. And as far as I can see, you can't get to a haplogroup project from there -- nor from one's own "FTDNA home" page, by clicking the groups one has joined. (Maybe that is a function of what browser one uses.) The format that worked earlier today, anyhow, is something like this: https://www.familytreedna.com/public.../default.aspx?

    Presumably you just substitute their name for your project of choice (assuming that isn't R1b-DF27), in the area after public/ and before /default.aspx?

    I only figured that part out by signing in as an administrator, then looking at the project's Y-DNA results, etc. and copying whatever url was displayed.
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    Hi All, I heard back from FTDNA and they said they were aware of the issue and were fixing it ;-) And as someone stated below earlier, it all looks to be fixed now :-)) https://www.familytreedna.com/public...ction=yresults
    U152+ L2+ John Wilson is currently my oldest known direct male ancestor. John Wilson married in the parish of Hawick (Pronounced as Hoik) in the Scottish Borders in 1699. Many of his descendants went on to be very successful in business in Hawick and some even became somewhat famous. Like James Wilson (my 1st cousin) who was a manufacturer, then M.P and the founder of "The Economist" Magazine and the Standard Chartered Bank. Another was Sir James Glenny Wilson, also of Hawick originally.

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