From: Van Dorpe <michael.vandorpe@gm...> - 2006-08-01 10:56:57
Trevor suggested to move this discussion from the bug tracker
(http://bugs.gramps-project.org/view.php?id=300) to the mailing list,
since this is not really a bug.
Here is my original bug report:
> Summary: Confusing Association Window
> Something about using the associations tab (in the person editor) is
> not clear to me: I edit person A, add an association, select the
> relationship 'godfather' (which is the example given by gramps), and
> then choose person B as "Person" in the Person reference editor
> What did I just do? Did I just say: "A is godfather of B" or rather
> "A's godfather is B?"
> I don't think this is something we should leave to the user who would
> have to make a choice and stick with it. That would be very confusing.
> Can those windows be adjusted so that it is clear how to make an
> association in gramps?
How do you understand the current situation? And how would you improve
Also, see this feature request:
Thanks for your ideas,