Reinhard,

Thanks for spotting this.  I had obviously missed it in my testing.

Jerome has added it to bug #4435, so I replied there.

http://www.gramps-project.org/bugs/view.php?id=4435

Nick.


On 14/04/11 19:29, Reinhard Müller wrote:
Hi,

in 3.2, the "What's Next" Gramplet offered the option (currently only by
changing a single line in the source code) to:
a) testing whether a person has the "Complete" marker set, and issuing a
"person not complete" item otherwise
b) testing whether a family has the "Complete" marker set, and issuing a
"family not complete" item otherwise
c) ignoring all persons and families with the "Todo" marker set.

It seems that in 3.3, markers have been replaced by tags, so the
question is: how do I

1. let the user configure two tags he wants to use in connection with
this gramplet and

2. in the gramplet code, test whether a person/family has the configured
tag set.

Thanks for any help.

Reinhard
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