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« on: March 10, 2021, 17:58:34 »
Is there a reason that the All-in-one report does not show everyone that has been input? It has been fine until now but when I do the report a few of the newer additions are missing. I just want to know if there is anything obvious I should look for. They all have established and recorded family relationships of course.

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Re: All-in-one
« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2021, 18:17:44 »
All-in-one report gives you only the generations you defined in the option.
But normally, all people corresponding to the generations and related to the central individual you choose should be displayed.

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Re: All-in-one
« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2021, 21:02:51 »
Thanks.
I think I might have found something that is causing the problem....
I get a '!' mark in a yellow triangle on a few people in the Cygnus editor.
When I click on it the message reads:
'Places number of jurisdictions differ from declared format (2 vs 5)'
But I don't understand what that message refers too. It only seems to be in the problem area.

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Re: All-in-one
« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2021, 21:06:07 »
This message means that the structure of the place is not the same for all.
Some have only 2 parts when you define 5 parts in general.

I don't see exactly why it could lead to the trouble you mention.
But without a better explanation, I will investigate this way.

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Re: All-in-one
« Reply #4 on: March 11, 2021, 11:48:07 »
OK Thanks. I changed that and I still do not see a few entities.

But I think this may be functioning correctly. It seems that spouses ancestors do not show. From the main line, siblings show, then all the siblings children, grandchildren etc. Also the spouse shows who started all those children. But it does not go back up through the spouses parents. It looks like a function of how it works. Probably people who have been doing this a while are rolling their eyes at me. Anyway as I wanted them on, regardless of convention and I can get the missing ones displayed by centreing on anothor entity I can just cut and paste pfds togather.
Thanks.