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All of a sudden, 657 events have defaulted to one source. For example, a 1850 census for John Stilwell, gives the source as #864, the Kenney-Gates marriage. Thankfully, the citation detail remains correct. Source #864 was created fairly recently, yet the events are some I entered years ago. I'm at a loss as to what to do next. Even if I went through all 657 events and managed to correct them, how could I make sure this doesn't happen again? Help!
I am concerned that I have events marked as non-primary that should be primary. So my problem is how to find all non-primary events so I can correct the wrong ones. Looked at filters but didn't seem that would work. Can anyone steer in the right direction or offer ideas?
I am a long time Legacy Family Tree user, but I am in the process of switching to TMG. Trying to correlate some of the functionality I used in LFT, I have been trying to print an LFT style event report in TMG. For my genealogy research I find one of the most useful and interesting bits of information in the event report in LFT is the age of principal1 and principal2 for an event. Although this is possible with LFT, I cannot find the same capability in TMG. Does anyone know of a way to get TMG print this information in the list of events report or a similar columnar report, or is this just not possible with TMG. The only ways I can find to “marry” principal ages and their tagged events in TMG are with narrative reports. If it is not currently possible to do this in TMG, I think it would be a great additional capability to the program. As I said LFT has the capability, as also does Family Tree Maker 2012 and Roots Magic (with an additional add on), so it must be useful to other researchers.