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Re: adams county ballot problem

Here is a reposting of the Guy's firmware equivalency table.
Steve R.
----- Original Message -----
To: Support
Sent: Thursday, November 18, 1999 12:47 PM
Subject: Accu-Vote firmware equivalent release update

  Tari has asked me for an updated list of the Accu-Vote release compatibilities starting with 1.94p so here goes:

1997-7-29: 1.94p <=> 1.94f<
1998-4-13: 1.94q
1998-6-23: 1.94r
1998-8-11: 1.94s
1999-1-22: 1.94u <=> 1.94f>
1999-2-24: 1.94v <=> 1.94f@
1999-3-14: 1.94w <=> 1.94f!


----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2000 1:52 PM
Subject: Re: adams county ballot problem

Steve Riche has an equivalence table he would be "glad to share with you...
-----Original Message-----
From: Ken Clark <ken@gesn.com>
To: support@gesn.com <support@gesn.com>
Date: Thursday, July 13, 2000 11:26 morning
Subject: RE: adams county ballot problem

please look at this database - 1-11 it has no seq 1 ballots for card 13 or 14 -  only seq 2 -  but the ab card wants a seq 1 -  gems did not produce a seq 1 card - no artwork for it - so how can we read seq 2 thru the ab card ?
av is 1.94f< 
Guy, is f< newer, older, or the same as 1.94s -- I can never remember.  Maybe repost the symbol equivalency table.