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Malcolm Perrins

Member Since 10 Nov 2017
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:Age Field Option

27 April 2019 - 02:54 AM

I have the following sentence:

 

[couple:full:caps] <#Couple#was|were> married<<?[place]|. The Wedding Ceremony><, conducted by [Minister],><, conducted by [Priest],>><?[place]| took place>< [Date]>< [placedetails]>< [place]><?[Bride Consent]|. [Bride Consent] gave parental consent to allow the marriage as [Wife] was under the age of consent, being [Wife:age] years old><?[Groom Consent]|. [Groom Consent] gave parental consent to allow the marriage as [Husband] was under the age of consent, being [Husband:age] years old><. [desc]><. [Bridesmaids] were Bridesmaids><. [Bridesmaid] was a Bridesmaid><. [Best Man] was the Best Man><. [Groomsman] was a Groomsman><. [Matron of Honor] was the Matron of Honor><. [Maid of Honor] was the Maid of Honor><. The Marriage was solemnized in the presence of [Witness] <#Witness#who |who each >signed the Register as a witness><. The Marriage was solemnized in the presence of [Witnesses] each of whom signed the Register as a witness><. [Giver of The Bride] gave the bride away>.

 

My issue is that the output the body text for the bride creates the below sentence that misses the groom's age:

 

Mary Wood gave parental consent to allow the marriage as Elizabeth Hough was under the age of consent, being 20 years old. Charles T. Marsden gave parental consent to allow the marriage as James Edward Marsden was under the age of consent, being years old.

 

The sentence output for the groom misses the bride's age.

 

The roles [Wife] and [Husband] are picked up in the output of the sentence but not for the bride when viewing the groom and vice versa when the age field option is used.

 

What caused the age of the other partner to miss the number of years?

 

I did not experience any similar issue with TMG. Is it a bug? I'm using Version 7 for Mac.