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Why 112 year old lady in my Family Tree is not recognized as a living person by MyHeritage Family Tree builder?
Gabriel Gabriel
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Please can someone give me an answer and explain Why 112 year old lady in my Family Tree is not recognized as a living person by MyHeritage Family Tree builder? I havn't ticked the box where it asks if the person is deseased. The lady is born Jun 01 1899 and still very healthy and alive.

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Gabriel

Gabriel Gabriel
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RE: Why 112 year old lady in my Family Tree is not recognized as a living person by MyHeritage Family Tree builder?
Leif Carsten Sommerdal
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First of all.

You've place your question in the wrong group. It belongs to the Family Tree Builder group.

Secondly. Why don't you show any evidence on your statement .

Thirdly 

In Settings - Warnings - you are able to set the maximun age for a person (standard 110) without issuing a warning. If you gave the wrong answer on a warning your person could be marked as dead 

Leif Carsten Sommerdal
Danmark
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RE: Why 112 year old lady in my Family Tree is not recognized as a living person by MyHeritage Family Tree builder? [2]
Gabriel Gabriel
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Tank you Leif for the info. I did change the age limit to 125 and still it sees that person as dead.
Gabriel Gabriel
Australia
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RE: Why 112 year old lady in my Family Tree is not recognized as a living person by MyHeritage Family Tree builder? [3]
Leif Carsten Sommerdal
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Please check that you didn't check Deceased
Leif Carsten Sommerdal
Danmark
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RE: Why 112 year old lady in my Family Tree is not recognized as a living person by MyHeritage Family Tree builder? [4]
Gabriel Gabriel
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No I haven't checked as Deceased, but the Family Tree Builder is doing it automatically. I'm removing the tick from deceased and saving it but later when I look at it it's back to deceased again by itself. Like you told me I've increased the standard age for a living person from 110 to 125 years.
Gabriel Gabriel
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