When you create a Family Book or Book Report (FTB) it will not respect these configurations at this point in time. However, you have a "Married name" field for all women in the tree that you can use to bypass this limitation. Under circumstances in which a married woman takes her husband's last name, you don't need to fill in this field as it will be done automatically by the program.
In the case the married woman does not take the husband's last name, enter a space in the "Married name" field for this woman. Now only her maiden name will appear, including when you create a Family Book/Book Report.
Is this a Mickey Mouse outfit. You have me recorded as living in Australia with a grandson who also lives in Australia. SO up comes a reminder that it is his birthday TOMORROW ! No it isn't ! It's today ! Are you unaware of global time-zones ? We don't all live in Europe or America.
The errors occur due to global time zones. You have my location as Britain. Unless my knowledge of geography is wrong how can Brisbane Australia be located on Britain. When it is a certain date here in Australia that date is one day ahead of Europe. So an email telling me of a birthday TOMORROW is WRONG as the birthday is TODAY. This has occurred more than once. Wake up ! The planet is bigger than you think.
I was just curious about your post. It seems to me the only ones interested in a photo from find a gave would be other family members, so they would be the only ones downloading the pictures. Why would you be willing to share photos of the dearly departed with anyone who happens to look on find a grave's site, but not be willing to share them with family members on the MyHeritage site??? I'm not trying to be condesending, or make you angry, I just don't understand your reasoning????
MyHeritage has an agreement with Find A Grave under which it is licensed to show search results from Find A Grave in MyHeritage. The result contains a link to the original page on the Find A Grave website.
If you uploaded content to Find A Grave which you wish to make public, contact Find A Grave and ask for its removal. It will then automatically be removed from MyHeritage as well.
"If you uploaded content to Find A Grave which you wish to make public, contact Find A Grave and ask for its removal"
Sorry, but this response makes no sense??
Whatever agreement you have with Findagrave it does NOT include some one elses photos added to the site.
This is taken directly from the Findagrave FAQ's
I found a photo of a relative on Find A Grave, can I use it?
Photos posted to memorials on Find A Grave are copyrighted by the member who submitted the photos. Lifting the photo to use elsewhere would be a violation of copyright. You must obtain written permission from the member to use any photo for your own use. In general if you did not take the photo yourself, you do not hold the copyright to the photo.
Any photos that I have posted are still MINE and not to be used on your site without my permission.
Hi all, one of my site members has contacted me saying she is unable to send birthday greetings etc. She appears to be blocked somehow. Loads of other members of my site do this and I cant find any settings to unblock her.
I'd like to be able to create links to site member profiles when I add content to the site. For instance, the system clearly allows for putting <Webmaster name> for site administrator. How can I create similar links when I mention a site member? For instance, <Joanna Kleinschmidt>. Is there already a way to do this that I'm missing?