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From: Pat Hannon <phannon@ma...> - 2004-10-17 17:23:04
I am using GRAMPS v1.07 and OpenOffice v1.0.2.
Under 'Compare individual events' if I use the descendants line with a
generation greater than 2 in a user defined filter and save as an OpenOffice
spreadsheet - OpenOficce returns the error read error reading file.
The same user defined filter works fine with ancestors and others that I have
This feature is really incredible - why is it 'hidden' away - is this not what
GRAMPS is about - IMMHO
On Sun, Oct 17, 2004 at 07:20:10PM +0200, Pat Hannon wrote:
> I am using GRAMPS v1.07 and OpenOffice v1.0.2.
> Under 'Compare individual events' if I use the descendants line with a
> generation greater than 2 in a user defined filter and save as an OpenOff=
> spreadsheet - OpenOficce returns the error read error reading file.
I can't seem to reproduce this. Could you be more specific? Exactly,
what is the filter that you're using? When you say to the compare tool
to use that filter and you hit apply, you must get a table of events first.
Then you click Save as button to save it as an OOo file. How did the
table look before you hit Save as? Any empty rows?
Could this be reproduced with the example database? If so, having exact
description of steps to reproduce it would be a big help.
Also, could you please send me the invalid OOo file that fails to load?
> This feature is really incredible - why is it 'hidden' away - is this not=
> GRAMPS is about - IMMHO
It's pretty visible, if you ask me. The first item of the first submenu
of the Tools menu. How could we make it more visible?
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