For me the big advantage of GenoPro is the ability to inspect visually the genealogical data. This has often helped to sort out linkage problems. Any way to extend the flexibility of this feature will be an advantage. Has anyone else got thoughts of this kind?
I have found this especially usefull as many gedcom files sent to me, made with other software, containted erroneous connections such as double marriage links and even one with one valid link with wife and kids and five other marriage links with no wifes or children to them!
There have also been multiple marriages where the children from both marriages were connected to both marriage lines making quite a mess and I had to check the dates to sort it all out.
Most other softwares have this problem as it is easy to make an extra link by mistake and this will not be visible, but with GenoPro it is!
I had tried Brother's Keeper, PAF, TreeDraw and finally Legacy which was the best up till then.
Then I discovered GenoPro 1, and as primitive as it was there was no going back even though I had to copy and paste the birth, marriage and death places in by hand into each html source code after generating the report!
But I still bought GenoPro Gold and then discovered the Beta programme and WOW!
GenoPro has made amazing advances by leaps and bounds with the very valuable help of Ron and his fabulous SVG facility.
I have recommended GenoPro to several family members and quite a few other researchers and all but one are delighted, the only one with problems has a Mac and inspite of trying Virtual PC couldn't get it to work
I would like to find a solution for him as he has contributed to my tree.