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1 The Master Genealogist Preferences Larry Empey 18 October 2014

2 To begin click the plus sign to the left of “Program Options”

3 Then click on “General”

4 View History remembers Details tab When checked, the View menu history remembers the tab in the Details window that was in use, as well as the previous focus persons. (from TMG help) Thus remembers if “person”, “Family” or ”Tree” tab is selected and which person was selected.

5 Open Picklist to current focus person When checked, the Picklist will open with the highlight on the current focus person. When not checked, it will open at the top.

6 Show status bar When checked, a status bar appears at the bottom of the screen which gives information on the status (off/on) of Insert, NumLock, Scroll Lock, and Caps Lock keys. When these keys are on, the words are bolded. The next slide shows an example

7 Notice the status bar at the bottom

8 Show cue cards When checked, tips about how to do various functions will appear the first time you enter a particular screen. You can turn off the Cue Card for a particular screen by deselecting Show this cue card again next time in the Cue Card window. In addition, you can right-click on the Help button in any screen to trigger a Cue Card for that screen (in case you want to view it again). Closing the first Cue Card triggers an option to turn all Cue Cards off. An example of a cue card is on the next slide

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10 Maximum number of simultaneous web searches Enter the maximum number of web searches to do simultaneously. The default is 10. If you have problems with web searches, you may wish to reduce the number. If you have a fast computer and lots of memory, you may want to increase it. The maximum possible is 99. I will also mention that it also depends on your internet connection.

11 Wallpaper file You may select a graphic file to appear as background to the windows on the TMG screen. Assuming you have unused screen space.

12 Wallpaper mode You can choose how the wallpaper file will be displayed. Your choices are: Clip, Stretch, Stretch Isometric, and Tile. Clip uses the image as is. Stretch stretches the image to fill the background window. Stretch Isometric fills the background window as nearly as possible, but keeps the image from becoming skewed. Tile repeats the image to fill the background window.

13 When opening a second project You can choose to: Close the current project, keep both projects open, or ask each time.

14 Date format You can select the date format for the display of dates on the screen to be any of the following nine date formats. You can enter a complete date using any of these nine date formats regardless of the screen display format selected here. Dates will be output in reports based on the Report Options for that report and not based on this selection. Since the program can spell out the name of the month in reports if requested in the Report Options, there is no need for a screen display format to spell out the month. The next slide will show examples.date formats Report Options

15 Examples of date formats mm/dd/yyyy02/20/2001 yyyy.mm.dd dd/mm/yyyy20/02/2001 dd.mm.yyyy dd-mm-yyyy Mmm dd,yyyyFeb 20, 2001 MMM dd,yyyyFEB 20, 2001 dd Mmm yyyy20 Feb 2001 dd MMM yyyy20 FEB 2001

16 Format of ID Each individual is given an ID Number by the program. You can choose to display the ID Number, the Reference Field, or both. The Reference field can contain alpha, numeric, or alpha-numeric characters. ID Number Number assigned by the program. Reference Field Number or other entry from Reference field. Both Both ID Number and Reference Field will be used to format the person's ID.ID NumberReference Field

17 Default project path You may enter a path to be used as the default when new projects are imported. The default is to place them in a PROJECTS folder under the default program user data tree folder.

18 Old Style date range The default for Old Style dates is , the date span over which the Gregorian calendar was adopted by various countries. You can change these dates by dialing the dates you want to use. You might want to change this if much of your research is in countries that changed to new style dates at a time other than the default. Further info on the next screen.

19 Old Style Dates Dates between 1583 and 1752 may be considered as Old Style dates. The Gregorian calendar was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582 to correct an error in the Julian calendar. In that year, the day that would have been October 5 was called October 15 and other changes were made to prevent future errors. In addition, the beginning of the year was moved from March 25th to January 1st. The Gregorian calendar was adopted immediately by France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Luxembourg and within just a few years by most of the German Catholic countries. Other countries, however, waited various lengths of time to adopt the Gregorian calendar. For example, Great Britain and its colonies in America did not adopt it until 1752, by which time the difference in the two calendars was 11 days. Thus George Washington's birthday, which was 11 Feb 1731, became 22 Feb 1732 in the Gregorian calendar. The Gregorian system spread later to non-European countries. Turkey was one of the last countries to convert in The Russian Orthodox church and various Middle Eastern Christian churches have retained the Julian calendar. Recognizable date forms include: 24 Feb 1691 OS 24 Feb 1690/1 24 Feb Feb In the above examples, if you enter the date in any of these formats, TMG will enter 24 Feb 1690/91. You should always enter Gregorian dates, therefore to enter an Old Style date: Enter the new style date followed by OS. If you enter a Julian date, be aware that calculations based on this date may be wrong, or enter this date as an irregular date and use a sort date to place the tag on the Person View. If you need to clarify whether the date is Julian or Gregorian, do so in the memo field for that tag.

20 We will move on to “startup and exit” The second menu item under “Program options”

21 This item gives you the choice of having the “Welcome window “ appear or not. For those who have forgotten what the Welcome window is, it is shown on the next slide.

22 This is the “Welcome window” Make your choice of what you wish to happen If you uncheck the box at the bottom then make your choice, this will become the default action

23 Checking this box will bring up the “tips and hints” box. Forgotten? Next slide

24 Remember now?

25 This will set the time that the “Splash screen “ will appear. I have no idea why anyone would want to study this “Splash screen”

26 This will set the number of days before TMG will check for upgrades 0 means it won’t check TMG list usually has the upgrade notice before it appears here.

27 Here you can set the time in days when TMG will check for messages 0 means it does not check

28 When you exit the program TMG will give you two choices The chance to save the screen layout (if it has changed) The chance to backup your project. You DO backup, right?

29 We will move on to “Data Entry” The next menu item under “Program options”

30 Here you can select the MEMO font size from 6 to 99 points

31 When Advanced is checked, the Beginner mode will be turned off and the following data entry fields will be visible: Roles, Event-specific name (name variation), Sort Date, Place Styles, Name Styles, Witnesses, Sentence, and Sureties.

32 Spell Checker Internal If you check this option, selecting the Spell Checker will bring up TMG's internal Spell Checker. Microsoft Word If you check this option, selecting the Spell Checker will bring up Microsoft Word and will use its spell checking feature. This feature is particularly helpful for people using languages other than English, since they will have a spelling dictionary in their own language. Grammar Checker When you select Microsoft Word as your Spell Checker, you have the option to Also check grammar.

33 Use buttons for Add/Edit/Delete/Primary on the Details window If you check this option, four buttons are enabled to the right of the Tag Box to improve usability for beginners. These buttons are enabled by default for Beginner Mode. Buttons are shown on next screenBeginner Mode

34 Buttons added to Details window

35 When checked, the tabbed version of the Tag Entry Screen will be used.

36 Tabbed entry non tabbed entry

37 Open Reminder window automatically With this box checked, reminders giving guidance for entering source, citation, and tag data will open when the data entry screens are opened. If this option is disabled, you can always open any specific reminder window by clicking the Reminder button on the data entry screen. Reminders are not available for all source types, sources, and tag types. A green Reminder button on a Tag Entry, Citation or Source Definition Screen General tab indicated that a reminder is available.

38  Click on [Reset Defaults] to reset program or current project options to their default settings. Lookup: Reset Default Preferences  Click on [Apply] to apply the changes without exiting and re-entering Preferences.  Click [OK] to apply the changes and leave Preferences.

39 The options on this screen control the parameters used to check for duplicates when adding new people to your data set.

40 When Item Tips are turned on and you pass the cursor over a field that is not fully visible, the field will be shown as an Item Tip.

41 Choose your personal options to deal with exhibits.

42 Clicking on Slideshow will bring up (what else) your choices for a slideshow Self explanatory I think

43 This selection is divided into three sections, as follows

44 Top. Choose font and size for lists

45 Middle. Show vertical and horizontal lines. With both turned on it looks like a spreadsheet. “show lines for empty rows” I did not get this to show anything.

46 Bottom. Choose simple or expanded picklist.

47 With this option selected, you will get a prompt to confirm your selection of multiple witnesses from the Expanded Picklist.

48 You can change the way the program prompts you in a variety of ways. The next screen will show the help file for these prompts.

49 Prompt for marriage of parents If this is checked, when parents are entered you will be prompted to enter their marriage. Prompt for married name If this is checked, when a marriage is entered for a female, you will be asked if a married name tag should be created for her. If you create this tag, she will be listed under both names in the Picklist and Project Explorer.PicklistProject Explorer Copy date field from marriage If this is checked, you will be asked if you want to copy the marriage date from the marriage tag to the married name tag. Assign surname of father If this is checked, when you add a child, the child will be assigned the surname of the father. Access sort date field If this is checked, the cursor will stop in the sort date field on the Tag Entry screen. If it is not checked, the field will be grayed out and you will not be able to change it. The cursor will skip it when you are entering data.Tag Entry screen Validate LAT/LONG value If checked, an entry in the LAT/LONG will be validated to be sure it is an appropriate value. If unchecked, any value entered in this place field is treated as text and not a Latitude/Longitude value. Prompt to update sort date If checked, when you enter a date you will be asked if you want to update the sort date field with that new date. Prompt to copy principal sentence to other principal If checked, the sentence for the first principal will be copied to the second principal. Prompt to search for embedded citations when deleting a source Embedded citations that you have entered into event tag memos can reference a source that you are deleting. When you delete a source, you can, optionally, have the program search for any embedded citations that reference the deleted source and remove those embedded citations. Your choices are: Never prompt; do not search When you delete a source, event memos are not searched for embedded citations. Prompt me each time Each time that you delete a source, you will be asked as to whether you wish to search all event memos for embedded citations that reference that source. Never prompt; always search When you delete a source, there is a search for embedded citations that reference the source. With a large data set, the search for embedded citations in event memos can take a very long time. For this reason, the default selection is Never prompt; do not search.

50 You can change the way the program warns you in a variety of ways. To turn off the warning, deselect the box next to it. All warnings are on by default. Many warnings can be disabled from the warning when it occurs without the need to go to Preferences.

51 The next screen shows the help info Note that these changes apply only to the Project Explorer

52 Project Explorer Help page Font size Enter the font size to be used in the Project Explorer. NOTE: Changing the font for the Project Explorer also changes it for the list on the left side of the Preferences window. Font name Select the font to be used in the Project Explorer. Background Click on the select button browse to select an image to be used for the background of the Project Explorer. Identify primary name with You can select Bold or Asterisk to mark primary names in the Project Explorer. This will also change primary names to bold on the Expanded Picklist (but not on the Simple Picklist). Display locks When checked, lock images will be displayed in the Project Explorer, indicating that data sets are locked. Clearing this box gives you a little more screen space. Multiline text When checked, the text for each Subject in the Project Explorer will wrap so that it is all visible in the window. You can also turn this feature on/off by right-clicking on the Project Explorer and selecting Multiline text on Project Explorer. Display ID Numbers When checked, ID Numbers will display on the Project Explorer. Enable Drag-n-Drop When checked, you can move or copy people in the Project Explorer by selecting them with the mouse and dragging them in the PE window. Lookup: Project Explorer

53 Help file shown on the next slide

54 Help for the Top section Number of rows per tag You can enter the number of visible rows for each tag in the Tag Box. The default is 2. Undated tags sorted You can choose to have undated tags sorted to the top, bottom, or none (not sorted). Name tags sorted You can choose to have name tags sorted to the top, to the bottom, or by Sort Date. Identify primary event with You can select Bold or Asterisk to mark primary events.

55 Help file shown on the next slide

56 Show Age column When checked, an Age column, which displays the age at each event, will be shown on the Tag Box in the Details window. Show Memo column When checked, a Memo column, which displays a checkmark if the tag memo contains text, will be shown on the Tag Box in the Details window. Show Sources column When checked, a Source column, which displays a checkmark if there are source citations attached to this tag, will be shown on the Tag Box in the Details window. Show Sureties column When checked, the Surety columns will display near the right side of the Tag Box and Name Box on the Person View. Show Witnesses column When checked, a Witness column, which displays a checkmark if there are witnesses to this tag, will be shown on the Tag Box in the Details window. Show Exhibits column When checked, an Exhibits column, which displays a checkmark if there are exhibits attached to this tag, will be shown on the Tag Box in the Details window. Show Tasks column When checked, a Task column, which displays a checkmark if there are tasks attached to this tag, will be shown on the Tag Box in the Details window. Show Date column, Sort Date column or Both columns Select the appropriate radio button to display the... · Date column or · Sort Date column or · Both columns

57 Help file on the next slide

58 Show only basic events When checked, only birth, marriage, death, and burial events will show in the Tag Box. Show children When checked, children will be displayed in the Tag Box, as well as in the Children window. Show witnessed events When checked, witnessed events will display in the Tag Box. Note: Since all witnessed events are non-primary, the Show non-primary events option must also be selected for this option to be effective. Show non-primary events When checked, non-primary events will display on the Tag Box. Show excluded data When checked, data that has been excluded using a hyphen at the beginning of the field will show in the Tag Box. Show History events for unlinked people If unchecked, only those history event which are linked to the Subject will be displayed on his Person View. If checked, all history events which fall within the timeframe of the Subject's life will be displayed whether or not they are linked to the Subject. Show Timelines with color When checked, selected timelines will be displayed in the Tag Box. If you have chosen to show timelines on the Tag Box, you can select background and text colors. Enter key accesses the Tag Entry screen When checked, pressing the key while the cursor is on a tag in the Tag Box causes the Tag Entry screen to open.

59 The choices here are self explanatory

60 Help file on next screen

61 Help file for the top portion of the Reports Tab Program Options: Reports Prompt to Open Reports When creating reports, you can choose whether or not to open reports that have been sent to file. You have three options for prompts at the end of the report process: · Never ask; do not open the file · Always ask · Never ask; always open the file Prompt to Change Last Edited Date When writing reports that change flags, you can choose whether or not to change the Last Edited date. Your choices are: · Never · Always · Ask each time Preferred Output Types The list of possible output types is presented. If there are file types that you never use, you may wish to deselect them so that the list of possible types is not so long each time you write a report. Unselected file formats will not appear on the Report Definition Screen. To deselect: Click [Deselect All] or double-click each item. To select: Click [Select All] or double-click each item.

62 Bottom part of the reports tab

63 Help file for the bottom portion of the Reports Tab Add Macro Codes to WordPerfect Indexes If you are exporting to a WordPerfect file and you are having a problem with extraneous characters in the index, you should check Add macro codes to WordPerfect indexes. Checking this option appends character to the index codes when the output is sent to WordPerfect. These characters show up just before the extraneous ones inserted by WordPerfect, so they can be extracted with a macro. When the report is generated, you will get a message: The selected index values have been included in the WordPerfect file. To create an index in WordPerfect using those values, you must Define and then Generate the index at your desired location in the WordPerfect document. The exact steps depend on your version of WordPerfect. If your version of WordPerfect includes the bug which causes it to append extraneous characters to the end of index values under some circumstances, then check the above option and after the index is generated, play a macro called WPINDEX within WordPerfect. That macro file is provided in the TMG program directory as follows: C:\PROGRAM FILES\THE MASTER GENEALOGIST\WPINDEX.WCM The value above will be in the clipboard for pasting. You must correct the path to reflect the correct installation folder if yours is other than default. For further information, check the TMG FAQ page on the Wholly Genes website. Show Configurations on the Report Menu If you want all of your report configurations to display as selections on the Report Menu, you should check Show configurations on the Report menu. This option is enabled by default.

64 Colors tab straight forward. Choose your colour for background and font

65 The options on this page are used only when creating a new project. Thereafter, the same options can be found on Current Project Options: Places and Current Project Options: Other.

66 Source Categories · as drawn from "Evidence" (E. S. Mills) · as drawn from "Cite Your Sources" (R. Lackey) · Custom

67 Collate sequence The collate sequence is the order in which letters of your preferred alphabet will appear in lists. Changes in the collating sequence are necessary to properly sort diacritics, umlauts, etc. Your choices are: Dutch, General, German, Iceland, Machine, NORDAN, Spanish, SWEFIN, UNIQWT. If you are using English, you need not change anything. GENERAL applies to English and all other languages not listed. After you change the collate sequence, it is necessary to re-index the project.

68 Short place template You can change the fields that will be included in the default Short Place. A Short Place is an additional way of referring to places. It does not include all of the place fields and is used primarily in charts and other places where the entire set of place fields will not fit. The default is. On the Master Place List you can assign a Short Place to a specific place record, overriding the default specified here. In addition to charts, many reports have an option to use the Short Place template when printing place fields.

69 Default Country Select the country that you want to use as the default for abbreviations and mapping.

70 Under File > Preferences > Program Options: Other, you can control the size of the fonts used in the Family View or Tree View in the Details Window. This can be helpful if your monitor is either larger or smaller than usual, or if you are using TMG in a window that is much smaller than the size of the screen. In addition, you can change the colors used to identify people in the Merge Two People - Split and Combined Displays.

71 To change the font size: Click the up or down arrow next to the font size field of either the Family View font size field or the Tree View font size field to enter the font size of your choice.

72 Use the TMG 5/6 method of window resizing This box is unchecked by default. The standard method of window resizing is that text remains the same size and that data entry/display space increases/decreases when a window size is increased/decreased. This is how the windows in most Windows™ applications work. The base font size for lists is set using the Minimum font size setting on the Program Options: Lists screen and the base font size for the Project Explorer is set using the Font size setting on the Program Options: Project Explorer screen. When using the TMG 5/6 method of window resizing, the font size increases/decreases in list windows when the window size is increased/decreased. The range of the font size change in these windows is controlled by the Minimum font size and Maximum font size settings on the Program Options: Lists screen.

73 Use icons on the Window menu Checking this box will display icons for the Window menu items similar to the icons used in the Toolbar.

74 Allow multiple monitors When this is not checked, window positions are corrected if they are off the visible screen. When checked, the windows can spread across multiple monitors.

75 Prompts/Warnings font size You can dial the font size for prompts and warnings. The default is 8pt.

76 The following preferences apply only to the CURRENT project.

77 General

78 The top part of the window displays the complete path with the name of the current project and when it was created.

79 The middle part of the window allows you to enter your name, address, telephone number, address, and web site address. This information can be included with reports.

80 Display surname in CAPS When checked, the surname will appear in capital letters in the Details window, even though it is not entered in all capitals.

81 Display given name in CAPS When checked, the given name will appear in capital letters in the Details window, even though it is not entered in all capitals.

82 Names You can select the background (browse) and text (color_button) colors for other names. Witnessed events You can select the background (browse) and text (color_button) colors for witnessed events.

83 Enable/Disable Tag Label Colors Tag labels can display in color in the Tag Box and in the Associates window when the Use Tag Label Colors option is selected. This option can also be enabled from the right-click menu of the two windows. The tag labels will only display in color if a color has been selected for a given tag type on the Tag Type Definition: General tab.

84 Default Country Select the country that you want to use as the default for abbreviations and mapping.

85 Latitude/Longitude display format Select the format to use for displaying the Latitude/Longitude in the Tag Box on the Person View screen.

86 Backups Enter the drive and path for backup files or click on the Select browse button to locate the folder.

87 Configuration files Enter the drive and path for configuration files (report configurations, export configuration, merge configurations, VCF.vcc files) or click on the Select browse button to locate the folder.

88 Exhibit folder Enter the drive and path for exhibits or click on the Select browse button to locate the folder.

89 Export Enter the drive and path for all export files (GEDCOM, other export files, source type export, source export) or click on the Select browse button to locate the folder.

90 Repeat files Enter the drive and path for repeat files or click on the Select browse button to locate the folder.

91 Report output Enter the drive and path for report output click on the Select browse button to locate the folder.

92 Slideshow Enter the drive and path for slideshow files or click on the Select browse button to locate the folder.

93 Timelines Enter the drive and path for timelines or click on the Select browse button to locate the folder.

94 CAUTION: Remember, if you change the default path for any of these options, then any reports, report definitions, GEDCOM files, Timelines, etc. that are in the original default folder will not appear when you ask for them. They are still there, but are in the original default folder. If you want them to appear in the new default folder then you must move them there using Windows Explorer. For this reason, if you change any of these defaults, it is a good idea to make a note of the original path before changing it. You can also use the [Locate] button in the Open window to locate any of these files in their original folder when you want them.

95 Circa means plus or minus You can change the number of years that the program assumes when a circa date is used. The default is 20. This will affect who will be included when a filter based on a year or year range is set.

96 Assumed maximum life span You can change the number of years that the program assumes is the maximum life span of a person if no death event is included. The default is 110. In this example, if the person was born more than 110 years ago, the LIVING flag on the Person View will be set to N (NO).

97 If Save image thumbnail is checked, then you can also check Use the thumbnail for the Image window to use the saved thumbnail for the image in the Image window on the Person View. If Use the thumbnail for the Image window is not checked, a higher quality image will be used in the Image window, but it will take longer to draw the screen when you switch Subjects. If it is checked, the screen will be drawn faster, but the image may not be of as high quality.

98 Dial the Thumbnail size. This option controls the size (and therefore the resolution and disk space) of the thumbnail. The size must be between 50 and The default is 150 pixels and this seems to work well in most cases, typically taking a 2 megabyte image file and reducing it to a thumbnail of 50k or less, which loads much faster with little or no loss of visible detail on the screen. If you maximize the Exhibit Log or the Image window, however, the image quality may get worse because the same thumbnail is being stretched to fill a larger space. If you compensate by increasing the thumbnail width, then that will improve the resolution of the thumbnail, but it will consume more disk space per thumbnail and will cause thumbnails to take longer to load (which may defeat the purpose of using thumbnails). NOTE: To reduce the size of backups, you could turn off Save image thumbnails before making the backup (causing the thumbnails to be deleted), optimize, then back up. Of course, if you turn the thumbnails back on, then you'll have to wait while they are recreated. Tips and Tricks Question: When I updated my thumbnails, the program reported that I have some thumbnails that it could not find. How can I find out which thumbnails couldn't be found? Answer: TMG keeps a file called THUMBS.LOG in the PROJECTS folder. If you accepted the default path when you installed TMG, this will be under Program Files\The Master Genealogist. You can use the Text Editor on the Tools menu, WordPad, or any text editor to look at this file.

99 · as drawn from "Evidence" (E. S. Mills) · as drawn from "Cite Your Sources" (R. Lackey) · Custom If an output template is not explicitly specified for a source, the formats for long and short footnotes and bibliography entries are determined by templates which are designed according to Wholly Genes' interpretation of two leading style guides: Cite Your Sources by Richard S. Lackey (Jackson, Mississippi: University Press of Mississippi, 1980) and Evidence! Citation Analysis for the Family Historian by Elizabeth Shown Mills (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1997). A third option allows you to use a custom set of source categories. Custom categories are initially copied from Mills' categories so that you don't have to start from scratch.

100 Collate sequence The collate sequence is the order in which letters of your preferred alphabet will appear in lists. Changes in the collating sequence are necessary to properly sort diacritics, umlauts, etc. Your choices are: Dutch, General, German, Iceland, Machine, NORDAN, Spanish, SWEFIN, UNIQWT. If you are using English, you need not change anything. GENERAL applies to English and all other languages not listed. After you change the collate sequence, it is necessary to re-index the project.

101 Short place template You can change the fields that will be included in the default Short Place. A Short Place is an additional way of referring to places. It does not include all of the place fields and is used primarily in charts and other places where the entire set of place fields will not fit. The default is [CITY], [COUNTY], [STATE]. On the Master Place List you can assign a Short Place to a specific place record, overriding the default specified here. In addition to charts, many reports have an option to use the Short Place template when printing place fields.

102 Welcome message You can enter a welcome message that will appear just after the initial Welcome screen.

103 Currency character You can select the character that you want to use to control the display of currency, for example, in the Expenses field on the Research Task screen. You can also designate whether the character is to appear to the right or left of the character. The default for a new project is drawn from the Control Panel > Regional Settings.

104 "Automatic relation" tag When checked, a tag in the Person View will identify the blood relationship of each person in the data set to the target person. It will also include adoptive or foster relationships if the relationship between parent and child is primary. The default for this feature is OFF, and the Focus ID is 0 (zero). CAUTION: If you enter new persons after this feature is turned on, you should click on Refresh relationships. If you do not do this, the correct relationship may not appear in the new person's screen. NOTE: Using this feature can take a while if you have a large project.

105 Focus person You can identify the focus person against whom relationships will be measured. This is usually your ID Number, but you may choose another person if you wish. If you do not know the number, use the find button to select the person from the Picklist. Note that you can also select "or the spouse of this person" and this will add those relationships to the focus person that occur through his/her spouse. Selecting this spouse option can result in a considerable increase in the time required to calculate the relationships. Examples of such relationships: 3rd cousin of his wife, wife of her 3rd cousin, father-in-law (father of her husband), daughter-in-law (husband of his son), etc. Note that such a relationship through a spouse requires a marriage or divorce event (not just a co-parent).


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