I used the Parents source just below the spouse in edit person to store the evidences in family sources (https://ibb.co/x8dPKpX)
This, once again, works fine with RM but not other softwares. I would like to find the best method for my RM database to work 100% in Family Historian...the way to use facts and sources (I used templates) is not working.
I agree that RM has a Parents source just below the spouse in the Edit Person screen, but I disagree that it works just fine. Indeed, I think it works worse than poorly. I think it works not at all.
Such a Parents source looks just fine in RM's Edit Person screen. But when you print a narrative report or export a GEDCOM, the standard Parents source in RM sort of gets lost in the shuffle. The reason is that the standard Parents source in RM is a family source. That means that it's associated only with the couple and not with the children at all. If you print a narrative report, the citation superscript appears in the family section of the report for the parents. It appears not at all for the child. And indeed, even in the couple's family section of the report there is not a fact or a sentence with which the citation can be associated. Instead, the citation superscript just sort of floats in mid-air in the report, not associated with anything.
And the problem is worse than that. Suppose you have evidence A for the parentage of one child and evidence B for the parentage of another child in same family. And suppose you enter evidence A into RM as the evidence in the Edit Person screen for the first child and suppose you enter evidence B into RM as the evidence in the Edit Person for the second child. You will then find that both evidence A and evidence B appear in the Edit Person screens for both the first child and the second child. There is nothing that ties evidence A to the first child and evidence B to the second child.
These exact same problems become echoed into RM's GEDCOM. The evidence of parentage that becomes a family fact in RM then becomes associated with a FAM record in the GEDCOM instead of to an INDI record in the GEDCOM. Hence, the evidence is not tied to the child at all.
An explicit Parents fact that you can add to RM solves the Parents source problem completely. But unfortunately, an explicit Parents fact is not a standard anywhere in genealogy. It is badly needed.