Changes from version 90 include:
The limitation on list boxes of a maximum of 30,000 entries at a time is now removed. All entries are now displayed. This applies to when the Find Person button is clicked (or command-F is pressed or Person menu > Find Person by Name is chosen); when the Find Tagged button is clicked (or option-command-F is pressed or Person menu > Find Tagged Person by Name is chosen); when Edit menu > Copy Name, Tag menu > Tag People whose Names Contain, or Tag Menu > Tag People with a Place Containing is chosen, as well as for the list of citations displayed when Citation menu > Edit Citations is chosen. You can still type the first few letters (or more) of an entry and press tab to jump to the first entry in the list that starts with those letters.
The Reference Guide was updated to remove references to the above list limitations, and to add an explanation of marriage intentions to the topic Basic Data Entry > Dates.
As stated in the Reference Guide: "To ensure HTML reports, HTML web sites and Show Scrapbook in the file menu work properly, make sure your picture file names use only alphanumeric characters [i.e., plain ASCII letters and digits], dashes (-), underscores (_), periods (.) and spaces. It's also OK to use plus signs (+) and dollar signs ($), but their usage is generally rare." (See BNF definitions of alpha, digit and safe characters in a URL in http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1738.txt, page 19, to which is added a space character.) Now, if you add a picture file to a wallet whose name contains a character other than those specified above, or open such a picture file in a wallet, a warning will be displayed pointing out that character. Such a picture file may or may not be displayed when referenced in HTML.
Titles at the head of HTML reports that contain non-ASCII characters are now displayed correctly.
Personal Ancestry Writer II is available for download at: http://www.lanopalera.net/Genealogy/AboutPAWriter.html.