From: Richard Taylor <rjt-gramps@th...> - 2005-01-14 09:28:28
I am a new user to Gramps and I have only just started on family history, so
forgive me if I make a few mistakes :-)
Gramps is great, just what I need and I am slowly getting to grips with how to
use it properly.
One thing I can't work out how to do is print a "traditional" pedigree chart.
By traiditional I mean:
grandfather = grandmother
| | |
child child child
b. b. b.
The graphical ancestor reports don't show marrages like this.
Am I mising something or has this type of report not been written yet?
Many thanks for all the efforts of the people that have written Gramps.
You can normally find me on Jabber as RichardTaylor@...
On Fri, Jan 14, 2005 at 09:24:54AM +0000, Richard Taylor wrote:
> One thing I can't work out how to do is print a "traditional" pedigree ch=
> By traiditional I mean:
> 1909, London
> grandfather =3D grandmother
> b. b.
> d. d.
> | | |
> child child child
> b. b. b.
> The graphical ancestor reports don't show marrages like this.
> Am I mising something or has this type of report not been written yet?
I'm afraid it's not written yet. Text reports can give you all the
description, but the graphs usually limit themselves to the blood
relationships only. Sounds like a good thing to do.
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