This is really annoying, I never expected this :( I thought myheritage.com could handle everything, or at least some priorities like this. But I suppose it's a very young website, perhaps in a few months you couldn't think of everything...
So you are telling me that now I will have to manually make myself a chart with those correct generational levels ? Or maybe I'll find another more experimented site that could do this? Please help, could I find somewhere such a website ?
If you create a "Close Family" chart, and select in the 3ed step (the "Customize the Chart" step), in Generations to "Show All generations", it will show your siblings and all your direct ancestors - each generation in a separate level.
If you want to create a chart with all the people in your family project it can be done with the "All in One" chart.
You did not understand me. I needed an all-in-one chart that respects the levels of each generation. My heritage.com does NOT have something like this ! Can it be done ?
There are already available some rather useless charts like "bowtie" or "fan chart", but NO all-in-one chart with people from the same generation displayed at the same level - which could be MORE usefull than those charts !
Please, can you tell me how much time is needed for this better (and sooo needed !) version of All-in-one chart, to be created by your team ???
The best way to back up your family tree is to use Family Tree Builder’s backup facility on File > Back up Project. It will save a single file, perfect for backup, that contains your family tree and all its photos and documents. You can save it to any removable media device such as a flash/pen drive or CD/DVD.
As you have Windows 7 operating system on your computer, it seems that it's protection system prevents the Family Tree Builder program from working on your computer.
In order to make your system allow the program to work, please follow the next steps:
Click on the START orb
Type "system" in to the search box there.
Then Click on "System" to open it.
Click on "Advanced System Settings".
Under "Performance", Click on Settings.
Then Click on "Data Execution Prevention ".
Click on "ADD"
Then Browse till you find MyHeritage which is in the BIN file in you Program Files where you have FTB installed
Double Click on MyHeritage,
Click that file so that it appears in the box File Name box
Then Click open and it should appear in the Exception Box with a tick in the square alongside the name of the program, then APPLY and OK everything and you will find that FTB should work fine in Windows 7.