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Smart Matching
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Is there any way we can click on something within the SmartMatching to let ourselves know we have checked that SmartMatch and delete it if it is NOT a SmartMatch?  I have so many but keep forgetting which ones I have checked and when a lot are incorrect, it takes up a lot of time.
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Jaap Dee
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At the bottom of the SmartMatching screen is a button to solve your problem. (I hope)
Jaap Dee
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Check the knob in the lower part of your screen.
Jaap Dee
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Sorry, there is no knob at the lower, upper, right or left part of my screen when I click on a Smart Match.  All I have is Actions - Compare and/or View Tree.  There is nothing to click on to Delete anything as a SmartMatch if it isn't one.
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Jaap Dee
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Dear MacDutch,

In the picture below you can see the knob in my  screen when I compare a match after opening one in Family Tree Builder.

Greetings, Jaap

Jaap Dee
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RE: Smart Matching [4]
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Sorry, but I don't get what you get (the photo you put in was small but I could see you have words at the bottom of your Compare screen that I don't have.

 What is Family Tree Builder? 

I tried to add a file to show you, but for some reason it won't, so all I can say is I don't get the words you get.  Is that something to do with Family Tree Builder - whatever that is?  I don't build my tree on here, I import it as a GEDCOM.

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Jaap Dee
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Family Tree Builder is the software that is available at the website of MyHeritage fore free.

With this software it is possible to import your GEDCOM's as well. While filling in your family, the program is constant checking for SmartMatches in other pedegrees in the database of MyHeritage automaticly.

I asure you, it's worth to try.

Greetings, Jaap Dee

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I just had a look and it is for Windows only.  I have a Macintosh so it looks like I have to put up with the constant Smart Matches - wrong and right ones.  Thanks for your help though - I appreciate it.
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nico den heeten
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sympathising; i'm in the same situation.
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