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Posted Friday, September 4, 2015 - Post #35583
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Hello,

I would like to ask if there is any possibility to display genomap in "horizontal mode" (so as the tree goes from the left to the rigt) as additional option to current "vertical mode" (when the tree goes from top to the bottom).
I am trying to print large genomap and this display mode might be more space effective than the vertical one.

I have been experimeting with transform="rotate(-90)" added to SVG format obtained by Report Generator but the result was not satisfactory. If the family object and the pedigree links would have the option of horizontal display, it would be possible to draw horizontal tree directly in GenoPro with all the advantages of editing, moving, etc.

Is this feature planned in future versions of GenoPro or is there any workaround how to do it with reasonable effort?

Thanks for any answer in advance

Zdenek
Posted Friday, September 4, 2015 - Post #35584
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Have you tried to print landscape?
Posted Friday, September 4, 2015 - Post #35586
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I find that printing a large Genomap means using more than one sheet of paper and by looking at the Page Layout and adjusting Portrait/landscape and number of pages can get an effective use of paper
Posted Saturday, September 5, 2015 - Post #35589
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Hello,

I would like to ask if there is any possibility to display genomap in "horizontal mode" (so as the tree goes from the left to the rigt) as additional option to current "vertical mode" (when the tree goes from top to the bottom).

Zdenek


Is this what you want to display?

http://support.genopro.com/Uploads/Images/4e394172-c111-4515-a986-8bbd.png

It can be done by hand, but is time consuming. I don't know whether it could be done automatically in GenoProX.
Posted Sunday, September 6, 2015 - Post #35593
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Hello,

it is exactly what I would like to do. However, I was not able to produce such orientation of the tree. So far, I have been doing everything manually. Once I will understand internal interpretation of such drawing in xml format, I will try to generate it by Report Generator. First, I need to know "syntax" of such "horizontal" genomap.

Howard53, could you please tell me how did you manage to create such a tree manually?

Thanks all for replies.

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Posted Monday, September 7, 2015 - Post #35596
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Here's the routine:

1 Create the Individuals:
 

2 Add a Family Line:


3 Link the Father & Mother to the Family Line with 'Link as Parent'


4 Link the Children to the Family Line with 'Link as Child'


Job done! Good luck.
Posted Monday, September 7, 2015 - Post #35597
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Hello Howard53,

thank you for your nice eplanation of the routine. Now I understand how the family and pedigree link objects could be manipuleted which was hidden to me so far.
Modifying the tree for 450 individuals will not be easy but at least it is possible. I will try to utilise Report Generator to do some job automatically.

Thank you very much for your prompt advice.

Have a nice day Smile.

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Posted Tuesday, September 8, 2015 - Post #35599
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A useful addition to give a neater appearance would be the ability to rotate the Family Line into a vertical orientation. For GenoProX?


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