I think that if you ever wanted to remove the shared events then writing
a tool would be the best way to do it.
I don't think a feature request has been raised to add family events to
person event views, so I might even consider writing a tool to add
shared person events to my databases.
The OP's suggestion of enhancing the Quick View is still a good one though.
Doug Morrison-Cleary wrote:
> On Mon, 23 Mar 2009 14:49:44 +0000
> Nick Hall <nick__hall@...> wrote:
>> This looks like a similar issue to that raised in "Is a marriage a
>> personal event as well as a family one?" in gramps-users.
>> Would it be better to have the option to see family events along with
>> person events in certain gramps views rather than having to share the
>> family event with the two people in the family?
>> Helge@... wrote:
>>> Well, there would be no problem to give a bug-report, but it seems
>>> to me (may be, I did a bad description) there should be a
>>> discussion first, because I couldn't really say it's a bug.
>>> Following some threads of this forum and also looking into the
>>> bug-tracker issues I've got the impression (may be I'm wrong) to
>>> push a feature request without any discussion into the bug-tracker
>>> is not the best way to work. May be my ideas are not so good for a
>>> common solution or what ever...
> Personally, when adding a family event, I would like a pop up window
> asking if I want this event shared with the family members. I wouldn't
> want it shared automatically (takes away my ability to control what's
> happening), but a pop-up would be ideal as it would then save me having
> to manually share most of the time.
> I would be okay with the family events being shown in the views option
> but I have already shared many hundreds of these events in my current
> databases :-) I definitely don't want duplicates showing up and I don't
> want to go back and delete all the sharing...
> Doug Morrison-Cleary
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