Every photo editor I've used (e.g., PhotoImpact, Photoshop Elements) will open TIFF files and Save As JPEG. I use this facility to make all of my site pictures JPEG. (Of course I save in a different folder!)
Etter at jeg laget et familietre får jeg ikke søke om medlemsskap i andres sider. Det var ikke noe problem før. Jeg får opp et vindu som sier at jeg må oppgradere til Premium før jeg kan søke medlemsskap.
Jeg har kjøpt ett eller annet på MyHeritage via Itunes, pris kr. 159,- som jeg trodde var en måneds Premium. Fakturanummer er 162097954414. Det står Init. abonnement under type. Hva er det?
If I have found that I have matches on both myhusbands side and my side on another tree - how can I in the other tree see how these two persosn are related there?
I have some memory of being able to compare how person A and person B are related to one another in a tree but maybe I remembered wrong.
Family Tree Builder is the off-line 'worksheet' myHeritage program from which those of us who use it publish our on-line family trees. It can tell you up to 6th cousins and 34 generations how people are related This used to be available in the on-line tree as well, but was discontinued, because MH management thought (erroneously) that it wasn't used enough. In my opinion, people, like you, just did not know about it. I use it all the time on FTB and had taught my members (who, of course, have no access to my 'worksheet' FTB program) how to use this function in the on-line tree.
I agree so much, Ingrid! It's a pity that they have removed that function from the online site. I used it a lot because it's so efficient when you want to se how you and some remote relative are related. However, I Mentioned it in MyHeritage*s Facebook site, and they promised to bring that issue further to the developers of the online site.. So let's hope.. If they can bring it back I would approciate it a lot.
i have put birth years in for family members but they are only showing up under the name for some of them does anyone know why this is and they are not there for everyone any help would be appreciated ty
Hello there, sorry to jump in on this, im currently in the process of making my fmaily tree and have just found this program, i have done fine until trying to add my half brothers and sister, i read your reply and am still unsure of how you do this common parent thing, could you please explain further.
You always add children to the biological parents. So if you have half siblings you have to add their other parent to your parent as a new/old spouse. Then you can add your half siblings to that parent pair. In similar situation when you have multiple marriges for a parent and you dont know the name of one of the spouses you can first add a empty person and after you have added the children you can remove the empty person and the remaining parent will become single mother/father.
This practice can also be used if you for some reason dont want to have a non present parent (usually a father that did not take the responsibility). Since this is a program for blood lines there are always a mother and father and there is a posibility to add adoptive parents to solve other situations.
Hi - am a relative (but apparently overenthusiastic! LOL) newcomer to the art of making a family tree and unfortunately, with SO many instances of recurring certain lengthy first as well as surnames on my French-Canadian maternal grandfather's side, made some truly amazing discoveries, AND problematic ordering/structural mistakes of late in the process.....is there ANY way or mechanism/feature MyHeritage somehow allows or provides for insertion of missing parents between already-listed relatives? With the sheer number of them I'm acknowledging as a paid subscriber that are still yet to be added, I'm admittedly impatient and don't want to have to WAIT until early next week to speak directly with Member Support if avoidable - also definitely DON'T want to create much more work for myself if it becomes necessary to (re)add and delete literally HUNDREDS of relatives.....if anyone out there can explain to me what yet-to-be-realized tools I might have at my disposal, it would be much appreciated! Jim