Hello, I want to create a role sentence for the census fact type for wife, son, daughter etc. roles to read thus :
Walter Lorne Harrison appeared in the 1901 Canada Census in York, Ontario, Canada as son of the head of household (Robert Scrivener Harrison).
So my son role specific sentence template is here :
[ThisPerson] appeared in the <[Date]>< [Place:Last]> census <[PlaceDetails]>< [Place]> as son of the head of household ([person]).
However, this results in this silly sentence:
Walter Lorne Harrison appeared in the in 1901 in Canada Census in York, Ontario, Canada as son of the head of household (Robert Scrivener Harrison).
This results from the silly insistence of RootsMagic automatically inserting the word "in" before both the date and the place here, when it doesn't belong in either place. I know why RootsMagic does this, but nonetheless it is very annoying. I want to be able to construct the grammar of my sentences any which way I please without interference from the program which is trying to be far too clever for its own good!
Another example is here: I have created two custom facts - Arrival and Departure.
I want the Arrival fact sentence to say "xyz person arrived at [Place] on [Date].
But no, I can't have that - instead it comes out as "xyz person arrived at in [Place] on in [Date].
Similarly the Departure fact sentence should say ""xyz person departed from [Place] on [Date].
But no, I can't have that either - instead it comes out as "xyz person departed from in [Place] on in [Date].
Is it possible to turn off this automatic "in"/on" insertion with date and place fields in a selective manner?
Thanks for any help.