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Posted Tuesday, July 7, 2020 - Post #40609
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How can I see a timeline of all the events of a particular person?  Is there a way to create an event like a vacation or other kind of special event?

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Posted Tuesday, July 7, 2020 - Post #40610
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Timelines for individuals are displayed on the individuals page in the Narrative Report.  

GenoPro 2020 does not directly support additional events but there is a work-around I devised some years back. see http://support.genopro.com/Topic32115.aspx .  

So if you set an occupation title to say |EVEN|was|on vacation together with place and dates then this will be reported on the timeline and under the 'Attributes & Events' subsection on the individuals page in the Narrative Report.




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Posted Friday, July 10, 2020 - Post #40615
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That was very helpful, thanks.  Is there a better tool out there that can show relationship information as well as an individuals timeline?
Posted Saturday, July 11, 2020 - Post #40621
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Nothing else as far as I am aware.   What would you like to see?  Perhaps just the individual's single page as per the Narrative Report?


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Posted Tuesday, July 21, 2020 - Post #40651
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Is there a way to include timelines in the actual genomap, instead of just on the generated Narrative report?

I'd like to be able to print a Genomap and see a family's timeline (or multiple families' timelines).  I'd prefer to see a timeline for a nuclear family (or selected individuals), instead of everyone on a Genomap at once (unless that's what I select).

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Posted Monday, July 27, 2020 - Post #40667
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The only way I see at present of adding a timeline to a printed GenoMap is to grab the timeline image from a Narrative Report page and add it to the .gno as say a Label object with a picture.

 http://support.genopro.com/Uploads/Images/596fdf57-5fd4-46bf-81d6-4457.jpg

But I thinkit would be difficult to render this well on a printed page.


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