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BUG in relationship diagram
Hilmy Harun Hashim
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The arrows showing the relationship between two people is shifted one step when the relationship involves different mothers. It doesn't happen when the mother is the same. For example: the relationship between X and Y.

 

  1. A is the father of X 
  2. B is the father of A
  3. C is a son of B
  4. D is a son of C 
  5. Y is the wife of D
ie, A and C have the same father B but different mothers. There is an extra arrow 3 with no annotation from C to B. Arrows to X from A and B are correct. Arrows to B are shifted one step so there is an arrow from nowhere to Y.
 
Note that the relationship statement at the bottom is correct. I hope that is clear.
 
Cheers 
 
When A and C have the same mother and father then A and C are shown as siblings of each other, ie B is not involved and the diagram is correct.
 
 

 

 

Hilmy Harun Hashim
Kuala Lumpur
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RE: BUG in relationship diagram
Esther Weinberg
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Hi,

thank you for writing to us. 

Where are you having this problem? In Family Tree Builder? In charts?

Can I please have some more details?

Perhaps you could write to me at esther@myheritage.com. 

Best Regards,

Esther / MyHeritage Team

Esther Weinberg
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RE: BUG in relationship diagram [2]
Hilmy Harun Hashim
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I was using the online family tree.

Go to Family Tree-->Reports-->Relationships and select the source and target persons.

You can also get to this report from the Genealogy page of a person and selecting the Relationship to me action 

I just checked, the bug is still there. Hope this helps.

Hilmy Harun Hashim
Kuala Lumpur
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RE: BUG in relationship diagram [3]
Noam
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I have sent you an email so you can tell me the details about the problem in your tree.

 

Noam \ Technical Support

Noam
Israel
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