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From: "Cheri Casper" <>
Subject: RE: [GENBOX] Places in Sentence Output
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 04:59:33 -0700
I've used the same Report Options since the get-go. I even have a special
report called "Sentence Preview." It does not affect every sentence. It
seems to be for people buried in one particular cemetery for the burial
event. Very odd. Other sentences for these same people display correctly.
Birth event > Sentence = [P] was born [D+L]. Preview = Dimmick Ellington
Casper was born in Quincy, Adams Co., Illinois, about May 1840.
Marriage event > Sentence = [P] married [S] [D+L]. Preview = Dimmick
Ellington Casper married Pauline Jane Helm on 19 December 1865 in Lafayette
Burial event > Sentence = [P] is buried in Block E [D+L]. [G]. Preview =
Dimmick Ellington Casper is buried in Block E in Machpelah Cemetery in
So why does it work for the birth & marriage, but not the burial? I've been
told privately, off-list that it is a problem when *no* event level citation
is attached and that it is a display problem only. However, in all three
examples above, there *is* an event level citation!
From: wim prange [mailto:]
Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2005 11:14 PM
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] Places in Sentence Output
I think it has to do with settings in the Report Options file you've
specified in Preferences too. From what I remember, when you change
these settings (and save) it, you will need to restart GB before any
changes take effect.
Kathy Lenerz schreef:
> Cheri Casper wrote:
>> This is my sentence: [P] was buried in [T] [D+L]
>> This is the place: Macphelah Cemetery, Lexington, Lafayette Co.,
>> [T] is: Block N-32-3
>> This is the sentence preview: Lillian Bell "Lillie" Casper was buried in
>> Block N-32-3 in Machpelah Cemetery in Lexington.
>> Why doesn't the sentence show the county and state? Makes no sense
>> why it
> I've been noticing that lately, too, but it has happened
> inconsistently. I thought it might have to do with which Report Options
> File was specified in Preferences, but I played around with that, and
> it didn't seem to have an effect.
> I don't know why, but it's happening to me, too.
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