But some areas belongs to other countries today compared to then. Problem would accure if a person is born in East Prussia. Today it would be in Poland or even Russia. Therefore if I write Prussia in my file as birth place, the person won't show up on the map i that time Prussia.
Also some countries has not always been named the same. Like Wales = Bretland, Østerled = Russia, German-Roman Impire and so on.
I do also have a problem with the Polish letter "l" which has a slash through it. Can't understand that this letter should course a problem when it's a common one in Poland.
MyHeritage features already more than 13 million individual websites (http://www.myheritage.com/site-center). However, about 99.9% of those are 3-person websites that were created in the process of someone setting up an account with MyHeritage. They show the account holder and his or her parents.
These 3-person websites are useful in the context of finding smart matches. In this way, I will get informed quickly and easily if and when any of my family members happen to maintain an account with MyHeritage also.
Yet, when I try to search for websites focusing on a particular name, these many 3-person websites get in the way. I have to open every single one of them once, just to find out that they don't contain any information that is useful to me.
It would be a great help, if you could include on the web page http://www.myheritage.com/site-center the number of records that are referenced on the listed trees as an additional parameter, and (gran luxe!) even allow me to sort on this parameter. This would save me much time.
Når jeg lager en rapport i bokform, får jeg opp hele dokumentet i adobe, kjempetøft- for det ligner på en bok, og er satt opp- så det ser skikkelig profft ut! Men hvordan kan jeg redigere innholdet i dokumentet?? Hvis det er noen skrivefeil, noen feilsatte datoer,, osv osv?? Og hvorfor kan man ikke skrive inn barn, om foreldrene ikke er gift??
This is not something that you do. It happens automatically when you have merging branches in your tree, i.e., when descendents of one person marry each other. Since MyHeritage never draws merging branches, it will show the same person twice on different locations of your tree, and it will add the yellow dot with the number 2 in it to indicate what it is doing.
You create merging branches by adding husband and wife separately as children of their respective parents, and then use the "attach spouse" on one of them to attach that person to his or her spouse.
The yellow dot is not static. It appears on different people depending on who you click on. You'll get the yellow dot automatically if you formulate all of the relationships. You start with Christina's and Johan's parents and give them two children: Johan and Christina. You then enter Johan's and Christina's spouses. You then give Johan and his wife a son named Carl, and you give Christina and her husband a daughter named Maria. Then you formulate the marriage relationship between Maria and Carl by either attaching an existing person as a spouse to Maria or to Carl. In either case, you now created a merging tree, and MyHeritage will display this with a yellow dot, sometime on Maria and sometime on Carl.
If you click on Maria, you'll see her husband, but not his parents. Instead he'll get the yellow dot, and he'll get the blue and rose TV screens at the top left corner. You'll see Maria's parents and grandparents, and through them, you'll see Carl a second time on the tree, also with a yellow dot.
If you click on Carl, you'll see his parents and grandparents, and his wife Maria, now with a yellow dot and without parents, but with the two TV screens on top.
You get the question whether you want to add an extra husband/wife, becayse they are already marked as husband and wife. You need to build up a tree structure and then close it by attaching an existing person to another person, rather than by adding a new person. It doesn't matter where you close the tree structure. You can do it at any point, but you have to do it exactly once.
It doesn't matter whether you do it in the Family Tree Builder or on-line on the web. The mechanisms are exactly the same.
Hvordan kan det være at det pludseligt er min mand som står til startperson for mit familietræ?
Jeg har oprettet træet for min familie og indtil jeg downloadede den nye version 5.0. var det mig som træet startede med, nu er det ændret til min mand? Kan det være fordi han har ID nr. 1? Hvordan kan jeg ændre det tilbage til mig selv? Jeg er administrator og det er min familie træet handler om - og det vil jeg gerne have det fortsat er.
Om noen besøker ditt tre som er ikke en medlem av ditt genealogisk nettsted så begynner MyHeritage alltid med personen som har ID nr. 1. Det er det beste som MyHeritage kan gjøre under omstedigheten.
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