New FDSC - First-time Donor's Super Credit - Profile unable to accommodate this formula??

We see that CRA has announced a new First-time Donor's Super Credit for donations up to $1000.  First-time donors (haven't donated to an eligible charity in the last 5 years) who donated in 2013 after March 20, will qualify for an additional 25% credit.

However, I don't see in 2013 Profile Donations or S9 where the First-Time Donor can be selected and the calculation of the additional 25% credit can be calculated.

Surely we don't have to rely on CRA to flag all taxpayers who make charitable donations so they can look up the last 5 years to see whether the TP or spouse have not made any charitable donations, thus qualifying for the Super Credit???

Anyone have any info on this?

Thanks kindly.

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I have version 2013.3.5, there is a section for FDSC on the bottom of the Schedule 9 where you click a checkbox and then enter in amounts in line 343 to multiply by the 25% super donations rate
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