The person has uploaded another tree to their site. Each time they upload a new tree, the same info appears for you to check. Some have about fifty. Probably a lot of them don't even realize they're doing it.
Thanks, I'll know how next time this comes up. Also, Noam just replied to me about this on another stream. He said he checked my site and I was not causing any problems for anyone by saving my day's work, or by publishing occasionally, and that I had only one version of my tree on my site. You guys had me a little shaken up, thinking I was causing unintended problems for others. Glad to learn I'm not.
Now I am getting very tired of that part of the program as some call Smart Match. I'm about to be drowned in Smart Match,but whenI examine Smarts Match, it's 1 out of 200 matc hing suits. And I have the settings to the name should fit very strict.
Let me give the example, In my family tree I have the following person:
Now comes Smart Match and then tells me that now it has found a Smart Match, open and see if it really fits, and here is what the program tells me:
Birth: 21. January 1767.
Place of birth:Frederiksborg County.
Date of death: 2. October 1849.
Husband: Soeren Nielsen.
Daughter: Karen Soerensdatter.
Daughter: Marie Soerensdatter.
Son: Niels Sorensen. Matchquality:46%
When we now examine the above Match, so I do not see anything which would provide a Match, is there someone in this forum who can give me an explanation how you can affordto call this a Match. With what I've seen of the Match, then I decide not prepared to extend payment of the program, because you spend lot of time, with pure re-Match.
Eric, a name is what it is, and dosent matter where in the world you living, maby there can be some problems with the familyname, but in this case, there are nothing at all, that can give a match. And yes I know we have Æ (ae) Ø (oe) Å (aa) hire in Denmark, but if you are looking at my first read, you will see, in my familitree is there notting with æ, ø or å.
Please tell me where there the match is in this case:
Name: Gerda Kristine Dalsgaard Poulsen (Christiansen) (in my tree)
Name: Johanne Pederdatter ( in other tree)
Birth: 31. marts 1945 (in my tree)
Birth: 21. januay 1767 ( in other tree)
Place of birth: Unknown (in my tree)
Place of birth: Frederiksborg County (in other tree)
Alive: Yes (in my tree)
Alive: No (in other tree)
Date of death: No (in my tree)
Date of death: 2. October 1849 (in other tree)
Father: - (in my tree)
Father: Peter Nielsen (in other tree)
Husband: Christian Poulsen (in my tree)
Husband: Søren Nielsen (in other tree)
Daughter: Liza Poulsen (in my tree)
Daughter: Karen Sørensdatter (in other tree)
Daughter: Marie Sørensdatter (in other tree)
Son: Niels Sørensen (in other tree)
Maybe I'mblind butIcannotwithmy bestwillseethat the abovematch cangive46%in quality.
I have one photo which has about 17 faces I want to associate with tree people. I'm following the process as accurately as possible but when I go to the site, many of the names are correct, other have "click to name" and others have a double square round them.
Tried it several times but with no success. All the associations are appearing as "personal" photos in the tree.
I have a GEDCOM from a program where I have used dd/mm/yyyy format. How do I set up your software to recognise this format and not import it incorrectly assuming mm/dd/yyyy?
I have a voucher to acquire the paid for version that has 2 days left so I need an answer pretty quickly as obviously I can't buy it unless I am certain I can change the import date settings (as with othercommercial genealogy software).
I use the 99XXX9999 date format where the first 2 digits are the day, the next three characters are the month (1st 3 letters of the month) and the final 4 digits are the year. In my opinion and those of many genealogists, this format is the best one to use for reporting dates as there is no confusion regarding the month or day as the month is spelled out - in the UK date format and the standare US format confusion can arise when one is not sure which format has been used.