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Checking Relationship. (ENH)

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Robert

Robert Report 26 Oct 2011 17:25

When I have added new names to my tree I like to check what my exact relationship is to them. I also like to check relationships between different people on my tree At the moment the only way is to scroll down bit by bit, a long winded method. Could we not have a facility where you can enter two names and find the relationship.

InspectorGreenPen

InspectorGreenPen Report 26 Oct 2011 18:31

Presumably you know about the method of selecting one name then hovering over the second to see the relationship?

But as you say this is cumbersome. A means to enter two names would be helpful.

Can I suggest you add the tla ENH: (Enhancement) in front of you heading. This way your suggestion will show up a bit more clearly amongst the other stuff on here and might get noticed by GR staff.

Robert

Robert Report 26 Oct 2011 18:49

Hello Inspector
I have altered the heading. I hope I have done what you suggested and I hope it might work.