2012/11/9 hutou <hutou@numericable.fr>
Well... thanks for your answer and suggestions. I am sorry, but I think it
would be a (very !) hard task for me to write a patch, as I do not even have
a basic knowledge of the gramps source code and my Python skills are barely
measurable :-(

But you write a bash script, and gramps is written in python, which is also a scripting language and considerably more easy!
It is just a matter of changing those 0's in 1's and letting us know if that fixes it for you.

You say the next version of gramps will be quite different : do you mean
this problem will be solved ?

No, it will only be fixed if someone tests some changes. If you write bash scripts, you should be able to do the 0 to 1 change, and let us know if it fixes things.
If so, have you any idea of the future release date ?

We will release an alpha and beta version still this year, but a stable version will only be for spring 2013.

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