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From: "Barbara Grempler" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Automatic relationship tag
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2005 20:06:19 -0700 (PDT)
References: <000501c57cb0$ff859500$6501a8c0@ken> <002f01c57d15$338de690$6501a8c0@ken>
Help > Help Contents > Index > Relationship Tag
Bring you to: Current Project Options: Other
Scroll down to:
Automatic "relation" tag
When checked, a tag in the Person View will identify the blood
relationship of each person in the data set to the target person. It will
also include adoptive or foster relationships if the relationship between
parent and child is primary. The default for this feature is OFF, and the
Focus ID is 0 (zero).
CAUTION: If you enter new persons after this feature is turned on, you
should click on Refresh relationships. If you do not do this, the correct
relationship may not appear in the new person's screen.
NOTE: Using this feature can take a while if you have a large project.
Wholly Genes, Inc.
> I think some people misunderstood me. I know where the Refresh
> button is, but I only found it by accident. I think there should be a
> reference to it in the Help File Index.
> Ken Wood.
>>A suggestion for future changes in TMG 6.01:
>> Occasionally TMG does not calculate the relationship when the automatic
>> relationship tag is on. You can correct this by going to Current Project
>> Options - Other and clicking on Refresh Relationships. However, this
>> useful function is not shown in the Help File, or at least I could not
>> find it.
>> Ken Wood
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