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jagwinn

Member Since 30 Sep 2017
Offline Last Active Apr 18 2019 08:58 PM
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In Topic: Deleting Built-In Fact Types

09 February 2019 - 09:56 PM

Double click on the Person in question > it will open Edit Person page > select the FACT then select the red x Delete fact button > gone.

Must be done Individually for each occurrence.


In Topic: Blank people added randomly

13 January 2019 - 09:53 PM

Open your family file in RM, then click on FILE in the top toolbar, then DATABASE TOOLS. You should run all 4 tools, and number 3 on the list is CLEAN PHANTOM RECORDS.

 

Run DATABASE TOOLS often.


In Topic: Displaying profile pictures

30 December 2018 - 05:06 PM

The image for the person selected as PRIMARY PHOTO FOR THIS PERSON in MEDIA accessed while in EDIT PERSON, will appear when you are in PEDIGREE, FAMILY, DESCENDANTS, PEOPLE, WEBSEARCH and TIMELINE view.

 

Opening the person [double click] to open EDIT PERSON will not have the image view in the edit page, but moving the edit box on the screen, you can make the image visible in the background.


In Topic: web tag behavior on RM 7 websites

10 December 2018 - 04:22 PM

Maybe a suggestion? On a mouse with a scroll wheel, place mouse pointer over link and press down on scroll wheel; usual response is to "open link in new window".


In Topic: Been using this program for awhile now

08 December 2018 - 05:42 PM

A large amount of information that you use to enable you to enjoy the fruit of your labor are largely supplied by the efforts of members of the Latter Day Saints. 

 

As far as Jewish FACTS, all people groups are interested in their family history. The Jewish nation has kept genealogy records for over 6,000 years. 

 

And because of their efforts, LDS and Jewish peoples, you have the information you use to create your family history.

 

Reminds me of a story Abe told: "When Henry was hungry, his wife fixed him food. According to Henry, it was always cold, didn't taste right, didn't look right and complained on and on. But he never missed a meal."

 

 

OH! by the way Happy Hanukkah!