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From: Stefan Brueck <>
Subject: Re: Re: [FHU] Relatives Diagram curve connections
Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 19:14:01 +0200
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Jane Taubman wrote:
>>a) Any idea on how to avoid these curvy lines ?
>If you close off the duplicated branches you will get a curved line to
>join the divegent families together than lots of lines for every
>person. You can then save it as a custom diagram for future use.
>Also you can delete the boxes completly from the diagram, just
>remember to select the option to delete the box and not the record
See personal reply. (contains an attachment)
I don't want to close or delete boxes since if doing so I'd loose other
relevants aswell from the diagram.
All I want is that if a family got 2 childs the family should be printed
once in the diagram not twice.
Means if any individuals (records) do point to an individual being a
parent there has to be 1 parent box and lines to all it's children. And
in case somewhat later these children marry against each other, it's
still the very same ancestors 2 generations above.
Would be nice if you could have a look at the attachment to the privat
email I sent, and explain in a sensefull way why FH can't combine the 2
individuals being the ancestors of the ones below.