Thanks for getting back to me. If I uinderstand you correctly, the software has to reside oin my local c:\ drive but I can have my data on the network drive. That's what I've tried to do but the software keeps picking up my data from the c:\ drive. I'm going to back up my project the c:\ drive and then move that entire folder to my network drive.
Sorry if I wasn't clear. In order for the software work properly, the data also needs to reside in your computer for a smooth opening and working with it.
What I tried to suggest was that you can make a copy of the data and save it anywhere. But still you need to keep the original version on the computer.
Nonetheless, remember that by syncing your tree to your family site on MyHeritage, you are actually doing the same thing as saving it on a Cloud. In other words, you are sycing and saving it to a remote server (MyHeritage's server).
The cloud will be the way of the future and if the software cannot be loaded to that network drive-- then it should be high on the developement team agenda-- you know third on the list after, coffe, football and Golf.
Jeg føler meg tilsvarende "svindlet" selv om jeg har vært noe mer aktiv enn du. Jeg også oppdaget at jeg var registrert inn bare ved å fylle inn navnet mitt. Greit nok. Jeg er jo interessert og klikket litt videre, fylte inn litt mer og fant noen kontaktpunkter jeg syntes var interessante. Da ble det jo fort et spørsmål om penger og jeg vurderte det også som så interessant at jeg hentet VISA-kortet og betalte. Beløpet er trukket fra min konto, men jeg har ikke fått noe mer tilganger eller rettigheter. Samme hva jeg klikker på kommer det opp beskjed om at jeg må betale for Premium-medlemskap. Noe jeg altså allerede har gjort.
Og når jeg via de kanalene som er gitt her prøver å få hjelp er det bare standard-meldinger som kommer i retur. Jeg er mildt sagt forbannet.
Så min advarsel; hold deg unna og ikke bruk tiden din på dette. I hvert fall ikke pengene dine.
Det er en kundeservive-epostadresse nederst på siden. Det hjelper bare ikke å sende noe dit. Det kommer kun en svarpost på engelsk at de har mottatt meldingen.
Hi, I've just been updating my Family Tree and got a little carried away and started adding non related people to the tree, such as the family of my Husband, who obviously is not blood related to my Parents etc. I have started a new Family Tree for his family and now I want to delete his family from the other Family Tree. How do you do this as I can't find a "delete record" or similar anywhere.
In order to find records from a specific country, I would like to recommend you to refine your search by country / state / city by entering a location on the field(s) named: Place. You can also scroll down to the map and click on the specific country. This will rearrange the results placing the most relevant to the location first.
Those are the current collections we offer for Scotland:
I don't know how anyone else feels, but I find that a pedigree view leaves me much more screen real estate to work with. I hate the tree view that MyHeritage provides - it takes way too much scrolling around to see various relatives. I will actually cancel my subscription if they don't offer a pedigree view soon. There are other great sites that offer tree designs one you upload a gd file.
I still feel that that the screen view that is offered takes way to much time to scroll through to get through your tree - I much prefer the Pedigree View offered on Ancestry.com At least I can see several generations on one screen! The tree view offered here is good for some things, but not for ancestry comparisons
I love the way family tree displays the three on the interface for data entry, but I still would like to be able to print standard pedigrees with continuing numberation by way of reports. As it is, I am having to export my data to GEDCOM, and then to import that into one of the other copeting programs which all do pedigrees. This is getting very tiring, and as I view it, a serios drawback on an otherwise wonderful program.
Thank you for your message. I am happy to hear that you like the new tree display.
I would like to pass your feedback to the responsible department for consideration. If you could provide more details of what you would like to have inlcuded in the print options, this would be very helpful.
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I'm another user who would like pedigree view implemented. The current tree view is SO big, it's frustrating having to scroll back and forth to find what I'm looking for. Please insitutute pedigree view ASAP.
The old online family tree editor on MyHeritage was loved by our users, but it was based on Adobe Flash technology which has, over time, become obsolete. We aim to constantly provide our users with the best tools for building their family trees, so the tree editor had to be reinvented, and developed from scratch using newer technologies such as HTML5 and Angular JS. The new family tree editor is faster and easier to use. It runs smoothly on smartphones and tablets. Another important benefit is that Record Matches can now be accessed directly from the family tree. Most importantly, the new editor provides better performance, especially for large trees.
The enhanced family tree editor provides easy-to-use navigation functions. The zoom control is now located in the upper right corner of the tree and is always visible. You can zoom in or out of the tree using the pre-set sizes (which look like droplets and can be clicked), or the zoom slider. The more you zoom in, the more information you will see (e.g. no dates at low zoom levels, then birth and death years appear, and then complete dates at the maximum zoom levels). The farther out you zoom, the more people will be visible on the screen. Pan the tree with the mouse (drag & drop) or click the four arrows on the zoom control. On smartphones and tablets, simply use hand gestures to pan the tree, and use pinch-zoom gestures to zoom in or out. Click the house (home) icon on the zoom control to return to the root person in the tree.
Another new navigation feature is the "radar". You will find it in the bottom left corner of the tree, when the Details Panel is closed. The radar looks like a circle. Click the circle to open the radar and a green rectangle will appear showing which tree portion is currently displayed on the screen. You can drag the green rectangle to jump quickly to another area in the tree. This is an excellent way to gain better orientation and navigate quickly in a large tree.
Have a large tree? You can use the slider shown below to limit the number of generations displayed. Some people prefer to display the tree with fewer Person Cards. Use the boxes below "Card display options" to include or remove features such as email entry boxes, Add-Me cards and more.