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1652Re: [AQ_NFS] Understanding Navigation button on Children in Family display

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  • thomas_nevin_huber
    Mar 17, 2014
      If you e-mailed your response, the image does not remain with the

      Regardless, I believe you are talking about the navigation button (a
      left-pointing triangle) to the left of each child in the family view.

      The are four possible forms for this button.

      Empty -- The person has no children, but _may_ have a spouse. It would
      be nice to see some kind of indicator here, but if there is one, I
      don't know what it is.
      Filled -- The person has children. Again, there is no way to tell if
      the person has a spouse or not with this button.
      Empty or Filled with less-than symbol. The less than symbol is a
      navigation hint that is displayed when you navigate through the
      pedigree and indicates the path back down through the family.

      Hope this helps. Buried somewhere in the help area is a complete list
      of these buttons and what they mean.


      On Mon, 17 Mar 2014 07:59:44 -0600, you wrote:

      >I am trying to understand the different patterns of the left triangle
      >buttons with each child in the family group view. I have attached a screen
      >print of a family showing examples of the buttons. One in filled in with a
      >partial outline and another is smaller than the others and not filled in.
      >The one with the outline seems to come and go. The child with the smaller
      >triangle also has a spouse as do some of the children with the larger clear
      >triangles. What do these mean?
      >Also, unlike PAF, there doesn't seem to be a way to determine from this
      >family view if a child has a spouse, without actually going there. It seems
      >the triangle is only filled in when the child has children of its own. Is
      >there some clue to indicate the child has a spouse that I am missing? I
      >really miss not being able to determine at a glance if a child has a spouse.
      >Wade Starks
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