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This appendix lists of all the filter rules currently defined in GRAMPS. Each of these rules is available for use when creating custom filters, see the section called “Custom Filter Editor”. The rules are listed by their categories.
This category includes the following most general rules:
This rule matches all people whose records are marked as complete. Currently, the completeness of personal information is marked manually, in the Edit Person dialog.
This rule matches all people with either given name or family name missing.
This rule matches all people who are on the bookmark list.
This rule matches all people whose records contain specified substring. All textual records are searched. Optionally, the search can be made case sensitive, or a regular expression match.
This rule matches any person in the database. As such it is not very useful on its own except for testing purposes. However, it may be useful in combinations with other rules.
This rule matches all people whose records do not indicate their death and who are not unreasonably old, judging by their available birth data and today's date.
This rule matches any person whose name matches the specified value in full or in part. For example, Marta Ericsdotter will be matched by the rule using the value "eric" for the family name.
Separate values can be used for Given name, Family name, Suffix, and the Title. The rule returns a match if, and only if, all non-empty values are (partially) matched by a person's name. To use just one value, leave the other values empty.
This rule matches any person with a specified GRAMPS ID. The rule returns a match only if the ID is matched exactly.
You can either enter the ID into a text entry field, or select a person from the list by clickingbutton. In the latter case, the ID will appear in the text field after the selection was made.
This rule matches the default (home) person.
This rule matches people whose records are marked as private.
This rule matches any female person.
This rule matches people with images in their galleries.
This rule matches people missing birth date.
This rule matches any male person.