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#1 GenerationGoneBy

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Posted 17 September 2011 - 09:45 AM

Abbreviations used by members of TMG-L


When learning TMGish (that's like English, Spanish, etc) it is hard enough to learn all the new words, but we on TMG-L ( TMG-L@rootsweb.com) also use abbreviations of those new words and for a newbie (that's anyone who is unfamiliar with TMG) those abbreviations can be quite confusing. :) If you would like to join us on TMG-L, send an email to TMG-L-Request@rootsweb.com and put Subscribe in the subject line. Don't put anything in the message.

Here are a few abbreviations and their meanings.

From the report definition screen

ADL= Ahnentafel-Direct Line

AC= Ancestor Box Chart

DC= Descendant Box Chart

DIC= Descendant Indented Chart

DIN= Descendant Indented Narrative

DOP= Distribution of People

FGS= Family Group Sheet

FC= Fan Chart

HC= Hourglass Box Chart

ID= Individual Detail

IN= Individual Narrative

KR= Kinship Report

LOC= List of Citations

LOE= List of Events

LON= List of Names

LOP= List of People

LOPL= List of Places

LOR= List of Repositories

LOS= List of Sources

LOT= List of Tasks

LOTT= List of Tag Types

LOW= List of Witnesses

CP= Compressed-Pedigree (Found under reports as Pedigree-Compressed), not PC, because that would confuse it with Personal Computer. :)

PI= Project Information

RC= Relationship Chart

SR= Statistical Report

Miscellaneous Abbreviations

PV= Person View

FV= Family View

TV= Tree View

FG= Focus Group

PE= Project Explorer

MSL= Master Source List

MPL= Master Place List

MRL= Master Repository List

MEL= Master Events List

MTTL= Master Tag Type List

MSLP= Master Style List Places

MSLN= Master Style List Names

CD= Citation Detail This is where you can put more information (like page numbers) about a source. Not a Compact Disk. :)

PL=Picklist

DSM= Dataset Manager

VFI= Validate File Integrity

.sqz file= the file format that TMG uses to save backups in




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