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'''Notes:'''
 
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The ''Where'' field allows the user to restrict the formatting to a given part of the place hierarchy.
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These now support:
The ''Type'' field allows the user to specify a place type or group of place types.
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* multiple place formats (like before)
 
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* each format supports a hierarchy type ''Hierarchy'' and ''Language'', and allows display order reversal ''Reverse Display Order''.
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* each format can have multiple rules, which can be added, removed and reordered (order is executed top to bottom)
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* each rule can apply to all places, or just one place (useful for country specific rules).  ''Where'' field allows the user to restrict the formatting to a given part of the place hierarchy.
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* each rule can apply to a place Group, Type, or the street/number (''What'')
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* For Group rules, you can select the Group from the standard and custom groups
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* for Type rules, you can select the Type from the standard and custom types
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* for the Group or Type rules, you can choose to display All, largest, or smallest of matching types, or hide them.
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* for the Group or Type rules, you can choose to show an abbreviation from the abbreviation types, or the first available abbreviation type, or None (which shows the associated name, instead of the abbreviation).
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* for street/number rules you can choose to display street/number, number/street, or Hidden
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* The Place Formats are stored in the db NOT in a system wide file, so only applies to the current tree.  This is due to potential references to specific places or customized types or groups which may not be present in other trees.
 
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Revision as of 14:27, 14 June 2019

Example screenshots of the inprogress work for GEPS 045: Place Model Enhancements as part of the future Gramps 5.1 Roadmap development


Expanded Place Type Menu

Types adm0.png

Groups

Administrative

Level 0
  • Confederation
  • Country *
  • Kingdom
  • People's Republic
  • Realm
  • Republic
Level 1
  • Canton
  • Electorate
  • Federal State
  • Free State
  • Province *
  • Region *
  • Soviet Republic
  • State *
  • Union Republic
Level 2
  • Administrative District
  • Department *
  • District *
Level 3
  • Captaincy
  • County *
  • County-level City
  • District Office
  • Rural County
  • Urban County
Level 4
  • Parish *
Level 5
  • City *
  • Commune
  • Hanseatic City
  • Municipality *
  • Rural Municipality
  • City, unitary community
Level 6
  • Borough *
General
  • Baliwick
  • Countship (County)
  • Dominion
  • Duchy
  • Forestry (Plantation?)
  • General District
  • Grand Duchy
  • Hundred
  • Mandate
  • Margravate
  • Monastery
  • Part Province
  • Principality
  • Protectorate
  • Region, for planning
  • Sultanate
  • Unitary Authority
  • Zone of Occupation

Civil

  • Civil Registry
  • Island

Geographical

  • Historical Region

Judicial

  • Magistrates' Court

Place

  • Building *
  • Castle
  • Colony
  • Farm *
  • Forester's House
  • Group of Houses
  • Hamlet *
  • Houses
  • Locality *
  • Manor
  • Mill
  • Neighbourhood *
  • Part of Place
  • Part of Town
  • Place
  • Scattered Settlement
  • Settlement, group of places
  • Settlement
  • Solitude
  • Town *
  • Urban-type Settlement
  • Village *
  • Village with Church

Religious

  • Abbey
  • Archbishopric
  • Chapel
  • Church
  • Deanery
  • Diocese
  • Filial Church
  • Monastery
  • National Church
  • Parish, group of people
  • Region, church
  • Religious Organization

Transportation

  • Stop Station (?)
  • Train Station

Unpopulated Place

  • Abandoned place
  • Cemetery
  • Field
  • Ruins


Enhanced Place Format Editor

Place format editor.png
Formatting.png

Notes:

These now support:

  • multiple place formats (like before)
  • each format supports a hierarchy type Hierarchy and Language, and allows display order reversal Reverse Display Order.
  • each format can have multiple rules, which can be added, removed and reordered (order is executed top to bottom)
  • each rule can apply to all places, or just one place (useful for country specific rules). Where field allows the user to restrict the formatting to a given part of the place hierarchy.
  • each rule can apply to a place Group, Type, or the street/number (What)
  • For Group rules, you can select the Group from the standard and custom groups
  • for Type rules, you can select the Type from the standard and custom types
  • for the Group or Type rules, you can choose to display All, largest, or smallest of matching types, or hide them.
  • for the Group or Type rules, you can choose to show an abbreviation from the abbreviation types, or the first available abbreviation type, or None (which shows the associated name, instead of the abbreviation).
  • for street/number rules you can choose to display street/number, number/street, or Hidden
  • The Place Formats are stored in the db NOT in a system wide file, so only applies to the current tree. This is due to potential references to specific places or customized types or groups which may not be present in other trees.


Place Name and Abbreviation Editors

Name editor.png
Abbrev editor.png


Place Type Editor

Type editor.png