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Tag/Connect and image that does not contain a face to an individual
Gordon McBean
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As I load more images to my site I find I have images that do not contain faces but that I still want to connect to individuals. What I mean by this is if I upload a picture of a house or a prized possession I would like to be able to add a link to add it to the individual who owned it. Another example would be when I add an image of a document or a census record I would like to link it to people mentioned in the document.

Gord
Gordon McBean
Winnipeg, Manitoba
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RE: Tag/Connect and image that does not contain a face to an individual
Jason Sexton
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Hey Gord,

I manually tag all of my documents including census records to individuals in my tree. I go to photos, click on the document and add name to photo. When I tag a census record I manually line up the movable outline over the entire document.

Once you are finished tagging everyone who appears in the census, it will appear on your family tree for that individual.

I hope this helps!

Jason

Jason Sexton
Taylor, MI
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RE: Tag/Connect and image that does not contain a face to an individual [2]
member
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I do this, too, and like the feature except that FTB insists on attempting to detect faces on these documents.  This has become a big problem, because these marked 'faces", which are really just random parts of a document, then get printed out in the Book Report  as the person's image if there is no personal photo associated with the person.

 My question:  how do I untag the face in the document?  

And yes, I tried checking the "Turn off automatic face recognition for this photo", but that only works for photos, and not when "This image is a scanned document" is selected.

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RE: Tag/Connect and image that does not contain a face to an individual [3]
Noam
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I have wrote you an email about this issue.

 

Noam \ MyHeritage

Noam
Israel
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