2011/9/30 Heinz Brinker <heinzbrinker@yahoo.de>

That makes at least two people making the same mistake on input of data in a dialog. Could the dialog be made more clear? Or give a message (popup) on input of prefix without surname (which is an unlikely combination)?
Just a thought.

The field does say 'prefix' in light grey. The only other thing we can do is to give the field again a label as in 3.2, but that eats a lot space....

A person with some interface design experience made a mock up and we implemented it.
If we do too much hand holding in the interfaces, things would become really ugly.

Benny


--- Allan Topp <ad707@ncf.ca> schrieb am Fr, 30.9.2011:

> Von: Allan Topp <ad707@ncf.ca>
> Betreff: Re: [Gramps-users] This is a first ...
> An:
> CC: gramps-users@lists.sourceforge.net
> Datum: Freitag, 30. September, 2011 12:12 Uhr
> Bingo!
>
> That's it!!  I also did so inadvertently.
>
> Thanks for your candour.
>
>
>
> On 09/30/2011 04:49 AM, Peter Hewett wrote:
> > I had similar problem when I inadvertantly entered the
> surnames into the
> > surname prefix field.
> > The prefix field is the first field after the label
> "Surname:" on the person
> > dialog box.  It is for prefixes like "van" and
> such.
> > In my case, the "missing" people were in the people
> listing, but they were
> > right up the top with all the individuals who do not
> have a surname.
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