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Posted Friday, April 24, 2020 - Post #40442
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It looks as if the Kinship Calculator skin uses the full name of the individual.
Would it be possible to use the display name instead, so it corresponds to the names displayed in the GenoGram?
Posted Tuesday, May 26, 2020 - Post #40504
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I have amended the code to allow this option (see http://support.genopro.com/Topic40503.aspx to download).

You will need to create a Document Custom Tag in your .gno named Kinship.Tag and set it to Name.Display to use this option.


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Posted Tuesday, May 26, 2020 - Post #40506
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Could you check your post at http://support.genopro.com/Topic40503.aspx
I don't see a ZIP file attached.
Posted Tuesday, May 26, 2020 - Post #40507
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Posted Thursday, May 28, 2020 - Post #40513
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Getting close

(1) Most names follow the display directive except for those on the top row


http://support.genopro.com/Uploads/Images/9e614ba1-4817-456e-9240-f084.jpg
(2) The kinship is reported twice.  The first time it mentions Marcella as being a "granddaughter".  The second time as being a "granddaughter-in-law" which I believe she is not.  It's a straight maternal line.


http://support.genopro.com/Uploads/Images/914183e8-ab70-4e6a-a8e5-7269.jpg

Here is the GenoMap for reference.

http://support.genopro.com/Uploads/Images/4d316b46-b1cd-401a-ad8b-5d2c.jpg
Posted Friday, May 29, 2020 - Post #40515
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Whilst we are at it, I would like to suggest to replace the expression "is the granddaughter" with "is a granddaughter".  There might be more than one.
Posted Thursday, January 28, 2021 - Post #41115
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The latest kinship reports the daughter of a mistress(not married) as a step daughter, which is not correct, since the daughter is his own blood, only with another woman. Please check.
Posted Saturday, January 30, 2021 - Post #41117
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Managed to fix this one, but still struggling to find the correct algorithm to determine non-blood relationships.  e.g.stepmother is being reported as stepmother-in-law.  Crying

Hope to release some skin template updates soon.


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Posted Saturday, January 30, 2021 - Post #41119
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Could you also take a look at this genomap of the Hapsburgs.

They had a lot of endogamy, so when I run a Kinship report on Charles II of Spain & Philip I of Castile  I get:

Found 3 matches for kinship relationships between Charles II of Spain & Philip I of Castile.


Charles II of Spain is the 4x great grandson of Philip I of Castile.
Philip I of Castile & Joanna of Castile are 4x great grandparents of Charles II of Spain.

Charles II of Spain is the 4x great grandson of Philip I of Castile.
Philip I of Castile & Joanna of Castile are 4x great grandparents of Charles II of Spain.

Charles II of Spain is the 5x great grandson of Philip I of Castile.
Philip I of Castile & Joanna of Castile are 5x great grandparents of Charles II of Spain.



In actual fact, they are connected in more than the 3 ways shown in the PDF.

Could you modify the Kinship report to specifically show each link they have?  I did it by hand a while back, and there were many more different ways in which they were connected.

If you go to:
https://learnforeverlearn.com/ancestors/?lifespan=true

And select Charles II of Spain from the list of Sample Trees, that tool shows that Philip ! of Castile is his 
G3 Grandfather twice
G4 Grandfather 6 times, and
G5 Grandfather 6 times

(I'm not sure if my genomap exactly matches the GED file he uses)



Since I have some endogamy on my mother's side, I'd like to be able to see all the ways I might be related to an ancestor

Hapsburgs.gno (4 views, 2.72 KB)
Kinship or Common Ancestor Chart.pdf (9 views, 67.30 KB)
Posted Monday, February 1, 2021 - Post #41125
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So I have taken a look at your Haspburgs.gno and managed to amend Common\Code\kinship.js to find 11 connections between the two individuals.  I tried to show them all on the genogram but grew tired of labelling  the lines so I left that as an exercise for the reader Hehe

http://support.genopro.com/Uploads/Images/b353c22d-9e06-462b-9b9d-84ca.png
I also managed to lift Charles_II.ged from the website you referenced and running the revised Kinship Calculator on that shows all 14 connections i.e. 2 @ 3x great grandparent, 6 @ 4x great grandparent and 6@ 5x great grandparent. (see kinship.htm)


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kinship.js (5 views, 24.45 KB)
Hapsburgs.gno (2 views, 4.28 KB)
Charles_II.ged (3 views, 20.69 KB)
kinship.htm (7 views, 50.13 KB)


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