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From: Stefan Brueck <>
Subject: Relatives Diagram curve connections
Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 17:14:18 +0200
Well v3 arrived today, and without much reading what's new, I wanted to
see what's new, better said improoved in terms of diagrams. I did note
lots of interesting things and I even found that the all relatives
diagram looked much nicer until I scrolled
to the left where the following situation happens.
A family got 5 children.
One son gets married and one daughter gets married aswell.
Both families have 1 child each, one family a son the other a daughter
and these get married themselfes.
Now bet what, against realising that and merging the ancestors which
would be idea for the diagram, some sort of DaVinci-routine steps in
drawing a bunch of curvy multi-coloured lines between all the duplicated
individual boxed, and also between the duplicated families.
I would likely save the diagram as ModernArt.jpg since it turns out to
be anything but a relations diagram, mainly because such things happen
3-4 times within my ancestors and it's siblings.
a) Any idea on how to avoid these curvy lines ?
b) any idea if v3 is already able to realise that in case individuals
got identical ancestors, these get printed once against twice curvy lines ?
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