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Author The genealogy tree has come to a point that is overlaping with the next one.
Posted Thursday, August 20, 2020 - Post #40728
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Peace to all. The Heavenly Father bless you and thanks for taking the time to answer this topic. (English is not my first language, sorry for any mistake).

I'm working in a genealogy tree of the Scriptures (The Bible) and there are moments that because the size of the genealogy tree,  they start to overlaping with the next one. 

Even if a I use the automatically organization, is not help.

This is the size of the genealogy tree:




This is what is happening:


There are situations that I need to make something like this to avoid that:


But right now, the genealogy tree of that group is growing not in a vertical way, but in horizontal way. And they are overlapping.

How that can be fixed?

Thank you for taking your time to answer.

Aris D.
Posted Thursday, August 20, 2020 - Post #40731
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There are a number of posts on this forum regarding the limitations of auto-arrange.  It is acknowledged that it is not suitable for larger trees.  

I suggest you spilt your tree into smaller sections linked via hyperlinks, moving each section to its own GenoMap or keeping these  separate sections on the same GenoMap if you prefer that.  Partial auto-arrange can be useful, just select the portion of the tree you want  to arrange and click the 'auto arrange selection' button or select 'auto arrange selection' from the context menu (right click on selection)


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Posted Saturday, August 29, 2020 - Post #40753
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The Heavenly Father bless you, good day. 

There is a way that  I can block a section that if I use the auto-arrange maintain that position?



Thanks for taking your time to answer.

Posted Sunday, August 30, 2020 - Post #40754
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Yes you can do that.

First select all items on the genogram that YOU DO NOT WANT to be auto-arranged. Then press Ctrl & i keys together to invert the selection. You can then auto-arrange all but your original selection by either clicking on the AutoArrange Selection icon (i.e. the lightning bolt symbol without genogram symbol) in the toolbar or by hovering over one of the new selected items until you see the 'move' cursor ,then right clicking and chose 'AutoArrange Selection' from the context menu.

Remember the 'Undo' button if things don't work out Smile


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Edited: Sunday, August 30, 2020 by genome


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