I stongly support Michael Cassara's request and comments. I work with a geographically isolated, endogamous population (Newfoundland). It's very common for individuals to be related along two or three different lines. It's frustrating that the Relationship Chart can't deal with this even though the Relationship Calculator can. These charts are an important method of explaining to people who have DNA matches how they are related. The way RootsMagic works now, I use the Relationship Chart to create a chart for one of the relationships. For the second and third (or even fourth) line of connection, I have to use the Relationship Chart to create two charts, one for each side of the connecting line, and then combine these charts in Photoshop. It's a lot of work that could be avoided if the RootsMagic Relationship Charting process worked like the Relationship Calculating process for multiple connection lines. If I could have only one enhancement to RootsMagic, this would be the one that I would choose.
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