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Spencer

Member Since 08 Jul 2015
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In Topic: Relationship Calculator On RootsMagic App

20 February 2018 - 01:39 PM

It would also be most helpful if the RootsMagic App were not just Read-Only but was Interactive as well, allowing the user to input new data and revise the old.


In Topic: Relationship Calculator On RootsMagic App

18 February 2018 - 08:46 PM

...Continuing...

 

Another *very* useful feature in the Legacy 9 Relationship Calculator Function is that it will calculate the 67 different ways you are related to William The Conqueror.

 

...Then it will show you the precise 67 different linkages, with each step delineated and detailed.

 

...And then it will Chart each one of those 67 different relationships for you.

 

...Further, it will allow you to print each and every one.


In Topic: Relationship Calculator On RootsMagic App

18 February 2018 - 08:01 PM

Remarkable... Lagging...

 

RootsMagic 8 *definitely* needs to be an *entirely* 64 bit system --  with a lesser 32 bit system too, as a step-down, I surmise.

 

Legacy 9 is *already* a 64 bit system, and has been for quite some time.

 

Legacy 9 will already take me to a 52 generation Ahnentafel -- 1,568 pages worth.


In Topic: Relationship Calculator On RootsMagic App

18 February 2018 - 06:19 PM

"One would think that if the app can load and display anyone in the db it should be capable of the calculation. But even the main app cannot compute Ahnantafel beyond 32 bits." -- Tom H.

 

Excellent Point...

 

So, RootsMagic 7.5.5.0 is still a 32 bit software program?


In Topic: Relationship Calculator On RootsMagic App

15 February 2018 - 02:43 PM

"I do not know of any limitations on the size of a database that the relationship calculator will work with."  -- Renee Zamora

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I ran another test with an RM database of just 1,588 KB, 718 People, 222 Families and 667 Events.  The RM mobile app passed muster and calculated the relationships cleanly and quickly.

 

So, there does appear to be an issue of database size that needs to be investigated further.