#2897 Wrong step-mother relation


Hai, first of all: I am a newbe, and haven't read all of this stuf here. I look for my problem, but haven't found it yet. So ..sorry if ..

I think I have 2 bugs:
1: I was married once to woman A, and we had 1 daughter (D1)
I divorced her and remarried to woman B and we had 2 daughters (D2 and D3)
My second wife (D2) adopted daughter 1 (D1) from my first marriage (= step parent adoption)
To enter this fact, I added the adoption to my daughter (D1). Now she has 2 mothers (is OK)
But suddenly my other 2 daughters (D2 & D3) have my first wife A as a step mother. And that is wrong. the have no relation at all.
My previous marriage should not be shown as relation of daugthers (D2 & D3)
Is it a bug or am I doing something wrong???

2: On the top of each page there is a little searchbox. If I type my name in it. I will not be found with the individuals, but I am found in the families. That is so for a lot of people.
First I thought it was because of the long (katholic) names. I am called A B C Zwaga and my nick name is Leo. If I search for my full name I still won't be found in the individuals. In the families yes. But my grandfather had a simple name (Jan Zwaga). And he won't be found.
I am not talking about the advanced search. Just about the little box on the top of the page. If you want to look : stamboom.familiezwaga.nl

Thank you for any help


  • Gerry Kroll

    Gerry Kroll - 2012-07-30

    You should have posted these questions in the Help forum. They should have been posted separately, since they're two distinct subjects and they're not necessarily bugs.

    When you re-post in the Help forum, please indicate which version of PhpGedView you are using. We normally recommend that you use the "SVN" version, which is also called 4.3.0 .

  • Zwaga

    Zwaga - 2012-08-01

    @ canajun2eh: I can only find v4.2.4 It's called the latest version.
    I reposted the 2 questions on the help pages.
    But I think they are bugs.


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