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Locatie-informatie aanpassen

To edit information about places, switch to the Places View and select the desired entry from the list of places. Double-click that entry or click the Edit button on the toolbar to bring up the following Place Editor dialog:

Place editor

The main part of the window displays seven notebook tabs containing different categories of information. Click a tab to view or edit its contents. The bottom part of the window has OK and Cancel buttons. Clicking OK will apply all the changes made in all tabs and close the dialog window. Clicking the Cancel button will close the window without applying any changes.

Note:

Clicking OK will immediately save changes to the database). All changes are immediate.

Tip:

If a tab label is in boldface type and displays an icon, this means it contains data. If not, it has no data.

The tabs represent following categories of place data:

  • General

The General tab you view and edit the basic information about the place: the Title which labels it in the database, City , Church parish , County , State , Country , Longitude , and Latitude . You can type this information directly into the adjacent fields.

  • Other names

The Other names tab lets you view and edit other names by which the place might be known. The bottom part of the window lists all other names of the place stored in the database. The top part of the window shows the details of the currently selected name in the list (if any). The buttons + , Edit , and - let you add, modify, and remove a name record. Note that the Edit and - buttons become available only when a name is selected from the list.

  • Note

The Note tab displays any comments or notes concerning the place. To add a note or modify existing notes simply edit the text in the text entry field.

  • Sources

The Sources tab lets you view and edit sources relevant to a place. The central part of the window lists all such source references stored in the database. The buttons + , Edit , and - let you add, modify, and remove a source reference associated with a place. Note that the Edit and - buttons become available only when a source reference is selected from the list.

  • Gallery

The Gallery tab lets you store and display photos and other media objects associated with a given place. The central part of the window lists all such media objects and gives you a thumbnail preview of image files. Other objects such as audio files, movie files, etc., are represented by a generic GRAMPS icon. The buttons + , Select , Edit , and - let you add a new image, add a reference to an existing image, modify an existing image, and remove a media object's link to the place. Note that the Edit and - buttons become available only when a media object is selected from the list.

  • Internet

The Internet tab contains Internet addresses relevant to the place. The bottom part of the window lists all such Internet addresses stored in the database. The top part shows the details of the currently selected address in the list (if any). The buttons + , Edit , and - let you add, modify, and remove an Internet address. The Go button (represented by an icon with a green arrow and yellow circle) opens your browser and takes you to the web page corresponding to the highlighted Internet address. Note that the Edit , - , and Go buttons become available only when an address is selected from the list.

  • References

The References tab indicates any database records (events or LDS ordinances) that refer to a place. This information cannot be modified from the Place Editor dialog. Instead, the corresponding database record (e.g., a birth event) has to be brought up and its place reference edited.

Informatie over media-objecten

To edit media data, switch to the Media View and select the desired entry in the list of sources. Double-click on that entry or click Edit on the toolbar to invoke the following Media Properties Editor dialog:

Media properties editor

A thumbnail preview of the object is presented, along with a summary of its properties (ID, path, and object type). The central part of the window displays five notebook tabs containing different categories of information. Click a tab to view or edit its contents. The bottom part of the window has OK and Cancel buttons. Clicking OK will apply all the changes made in all tabs and close the dialog window. Clicking the Cancel button will close the window without applying any changes.

Note:

Clicking OK will immediately save changes to the database (write on disk). All changes are immediate.

Tip:

If a tab label is in boldface type, this means it contains data. If not, it has no data.

The tabs represent the following categories of media data:

  • General

The General tab lets you view and edit the object's Title and Date. You can type this information directly into the corresponding fields. For the Date, you can also enter information by clicking the LED button and invoking the Date selection dialog.

Note:

Every media object is referred to by its Path. The user is responsible for keeping track of the object files. GRAMPS will only reference and display the contents, not manage the files themselves.


  • Attributes

The Attributes tab lets you view and edit particular information about the media object that can be expressed as Attributes. The bottom part displays the list of all such attributes stored in the database. The top part shows the details of the currently selected attribute in the list (if any). The buttons + , Edit , and - let you add, modify, or remove an attribute. Note that the Edit and - buttons become available only when an attribute is selected from the list.

  • Notes

The Note tab provides a place to record various information about the source that does not fit neatly into other categories. This area is particularly useful for recording information that does not naturally fit into the "Parameter/Value" pairs available to Attributes. To add a note or modify existing notes simply edit the text in the text entry field.

  • References

The References tab indicates any database records that refer to a given media object. The list can be ordered according to any of its column headings: Type , ID , or Name . Double-clicking an entry allows you to view and edit the corresponding record.

Note:

Only primary objects can be shown in the References tab: Person, Family, Event, Source, or Place. The secondary objects such as Names and Attributes, although able to refer the media object, will only show up through their primary objects to which they belong.

Informatie aanpassen van gebeurtenissen

Events are edited through the Event Editor dialog. This dialog can be accessed from either the Edit Person dialog or the Marriage/Relationship dialog.

Event editor

The central part of the window displays five notebook tabs containing different categories of information. Click a tab to view or edit its contents. The bottom part of the window has OK and Cancel buttons. Clicking OK will apply all the changes made in all tabs and close the dialog window. Clicking the Cancel button will close the window without applying any changes.

Tip:

If a tab label is in boldface type, this means it contains data. If not, it has no data.

The tabs provide the following information categories of the event data:

  • General

The General tab lets you view and edit basic information about the event: its Type , Date , Place , Cause , and Description . You can type this information directly into the adjacent fields. The type can be selected from available types listed in the Event type drop-down menu. The rest of the information can be typed in the appropriate text entry fields. Checking the Private record box marks the event record as private and allows it to be omitted from reports.

  • Sources

The Sources tab lets you view and edit sources relevant to an event. The central part of the window lists all such source references stored in the database. The buttons + , Edit , and - let you add, modify, and remove a source reference associated with a place. Note that the Edit and - buttons become available only when a source reference is selected from the list.

  • Note

The Note tab provides a place to record notes or comments about the event. To add a note or modify existing notes simply edit the text in the text entry field.

Bronverwijzingen

Source references connect a Source to another object and allow you to provide additional information about the source. When adding source references to events, places, etc., the following dialog appears:

Source information

The dialog includes two main headings, Source selection and Source details . Source selection displays the Title of the Source, its Author , and Publication information . The Title can be selected from the available sources listed in the drop-down menu. If the source you are referencing is not already in the database, you can enter it by clicking New... and filling out the invoked Source Editor dialog.

The Source details section indicates the details associated with the particular reference to this Source: Confidence , Volume/Film/Page , Date , Text , and Comments . You can choose the Confidence level from the Confidence drop-down menu. The remaining details can be typed in the corresponding text entry fields.

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Tip

Information in this dialog is specific to the particular reference. A single source can be referenced many times, and all such references will have in common the overall source information. This dialog lets you provide reference-specific data, such as relevant quotes, comments, confidence, page numbers, etc., to further specify and document the reference.



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