On Tue, 15 Nov 2011 13:39:09 +0000
Nick Hall <nick__hall@...> wrote:
> On 13/11/11 19:57, Brad Rogers wrote:
> > YW. Yes, it took me a while, too. I discovered that entering a data
> > tag was easy enough, but if I clicked "okay" to save the source
> > before I'd moved the cursor out of the data field being edited, it
> This looks like a bug - I'll have a look at it. The gramplet should
Ah, so not just me going mad, then. :-)
> refresh when changes are made to the database.
> The census gramplet is most useful when you want to add the details in
> the columns of the census as attributes on the event references for
> each person. In this case, it will save you a lot of mouse clicks
> and/or keystrokes.
I'm going to play around with the gramplet for a while longer, as I can
see some benefits, despite my previous comments. If nothing else, the
data will be in the format we're used to seeing in census returns.
> The gramplet doesn't do anything that you can't do using the standard
That's what I thought, hence my initial lack of enthusiasm.
/ ) "The blindingly obvious is
/ _)rad never immediately apparent"
You destroyed my confidence, you broke my nerve
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