In case you care... I have setup a new domain name for the site, www.ourfamtree.org I had to sacrifice the "ily" in "family" to find a name that wasn't already taken. The previous address will always continue to work, but perhaps this new one would be more inspirational for you, or easier to remember.
In pedigree and descendant charts, it will now show the discussion text if you hover the mouse over the discussion icon , without having to leave the page. To close the discussion window, click the "x" at the upper right of the window.
If you don't see the icon, but believe there discussion posts to be seen, check the discussion button at the top. It should show a number next to it. Click it, if it is not showing in black.
Click any of the locations that read "IN, Jackson Co", and you'll get a little popup menu that includes the link back to the county site. For any future county pages that might be added with this feature, this new connection will automatically be added.
I'm hoping this will inspire more county site administrators to put this in.
When making a suggestion to unlink a parent or spouse, it will now prompt for a source and / or a message to pass along to the person that the suggestion goes to. So then you can put in the details of why the relationship is not correct, and hopefully this will nudge the other person to accept it. Thanks!
A minor update... If you go in to make a suggestion for someone who is marked as being up for adoption, it will now give give you a message saying this, and that instead you need to go out and claim the person as your own. Otherwise, there's not anyone there to receive the information you want to put in. Thanks!
Like the options to mark parent and spouse relationships as questionable, added is the option to mark child relationships as questionable. Edit a parent, go to "Walls", and check the checkbox next to a child's name.
It's the exact same result as going to the child, and checking his or her parents as questionable, except that you can check this for children of other people's branches.
Added at the bottom of each person's list of links are new links to places. These link to search results of this person's surname and each states or states and counties where he or she lives. This was inspired by FindAGrave.com, which has something similar.
After entering a new person I often want to see who else is living in the same place with the same name, to see who else they may be related to. This provides a quick way to get there.
An improvement in formatting -- the first picture of a person posted will now show at the top of the page next to their name. Nothing different needs to be done in adding photos -- in the attachments section, the first of type "person" will automatically be displayed at the top, followed by all others at the bottom.
Remember to use the type "person" only for pictures of individuals or couples. For anything else, use the other picture types. This keeps the top picture limited to only pictures of that person.
If you have multiple photos posted and want to change which one is at the top, edit the person in question, go to the "Attachments" tab, and drag & drop the desired photo to the top of the list.
When you need to link someone to an existing spouse, the process has changed a little -- First, you still choose the menu option "Link Existing Husband" or the corresponding hotkey. Then a small window will prompt you for the first and last name... then you will get the list of people to choose from. Having the name to search for keeps the search running quickly.
Linking a parent or child does not (yet) have this, as this is already populated with a last name.
FYI -- Added is an option to search for people up for adoption. At the end of the list of "selection options" is "up for adoption". Choose this, "Yes", and any additonal information you want, like searching by location or name. Then you can find some worthy ancestors in need of a good home.
Also, if you would like to help fill in missing birth dates and places for adoptable people, but don't want to claim them long-term, let me know and I can give you a group to research and update.