First of all, great job with this website and program!
I was wondering if it will be possible in the near future to fill in multiple first names or middle names as well. In the present situation, a name as John Peter Gusdorf for instance (with John the first name, Peter the middle) is seen as John-Peter. This way, the stats about first names doesn't make any sense. If it would be possible to fill in first and (multiple) middle names separately, the stats about names would be a lot better because you can see how often some name (first or middle) is used within the family (so x times John, y times Peter, instead of 1 times John-Peter).
I have seen a number of posts about this subject, so I reckon there are more people who would see this as a big improvement!
It has been a year since Vincent wrote about this and you sent it to the right department. As Per also wrote it's not always the "first" of the first names that the person are called, at least not here in Sweden. The majority of citizens have more then one first name. So it would be great to be able to "mark" which one of the entered first names that is the name they are called.
Perhaps in a separate box, by right-clicking the name and mark it or by entering an @ in front of it. Anders @Sven Gunnar gives "Sven" in the tree. Some have doubble first names without a hyphen, so Anders @Sven @Gunnar gives "Sven Gunnar".
In Sweden the other first names is not called middle names, so a box for middle name wouldn't do it for us.