On 08/07/13 12:22, Benny Malengier wrote:
> 2013/7/8 Serge Noiraud <Serge.Noiraud@...
> Le 08/07/2013 12:31, paul womack a Ã©crit :
> > Serge Noiraud wrote:
> >> Le 06/07/2013 11:59, doug a Ã©crit :
> >>> On 05/07/13 18:20, Serge Noiraud wrote:
> >>>> Le 05/07/2013 14:09, jerome a ÃƒÂ©crit :
> >>>>>> can I create a custom-view in the geography
> window (with which I am much smitten) ?
> >>>>> Maybe this has been already done on Gramps4 ???
> >>>>> i.e, Serge generated some new views and he
> enhanced behavior between active places and events on
> >>>> And you can use filtering to reduce or select only
> what you want.
> >>> Can you expand on this? The Geography wiki seems to
> >>> that filters *can't* be used with the geography views.
> >> Filters are valid only for events and places views.
> >> For persons or families, filtering has no meaning I
> >> If you use geography for persons, filtering is only
> on persons
> > This doesn't (in 3.4) seem to be true. "Person" only
> > the active (selected) person, so filtering has no
> > I would *very much* like to be able to display all
> places for a filtered
> > group of people.
> Effectively, for the geography persons view, filters are
> on persons and this has no effect
> because the geography view for person is only for the
> active person. it's the same for 4.x.
> So, you can only view all events for this person if
> those events have places with coordinates.
> It's exactly the same for families.
> It is actually impossible to do what you want.
> The only view which could do that is the places view.
> The problem is the filtering.
> I am only able to filters places on this view. People
> filtering is actually impossible on this view.
> But, to filter on people in the people view, you could
> combine with a filter People with events with place ...
> If such a filter does not exist yet, it would be easy to
> So, from People, you could filter on place in the event.
It would be very nice indeed to have a Geography View of
filtered Places, because its' quite easy to create a Place
filter for all the birthplaces of descendants of given
ancestor, for example (Person filter=>Event filter=>Place
filter) with the existing filter rules.