GenoPro offers an excellent way to picture your family tree. From
unions, and from places to
sources, every object can store an unlimited number of
This page explains the process of adding pictures on individual properties,
but the same information applies for every dialog that contains the Pictures
Adding New Pictures
To Add new pictures click on the Pictures tab.
Picutre Dialog - Add and Edit Information
The lower section contains the list of all the pictures assigned to the
|You can edit information directly from the grid. To view the dialog press the Enter... key.|
The top section displays general information about the selected picture from
the lower section. You can give the picture a descriptive name and post some
comments about the photo.
To get more detailed information press the Edit... button or
double-click on the row in the lower grid. The Picture properties dialog
will appear, providing all fields related to the picture.
Picture Properties Dialog
Preserve Full Path
This option should be checked if the picture is not in a folder near your
document, or else when you move your document, the relative path will no
longer work. On the other hand, if all your pictures are in the same folder
as your .gno file (or in a subfolder), this option should not be checked so
that if you are moving your files, they will still be linked correctly.
Provide a descriptive name for the title.
Provide the date when the picture was taken.
Provide the location where the picture was taken. Just entering the country
may be important information.
Reference of information.
Any other information related to the picture can be added in this field.
If two or more individuals are using the same picture, do not re-enter the
information twice, just use the Pick... button in the main Pictures
tab, and select the picture you want to assign to the individual.
The list will show you all the pictures in the file, except for those
already assigned to the object.
Deleting unused pictures
Since pictures can be re-used by multiple individuals, removing an image
from the list will not remove the picture entry. To remove the a picture,
use Delete Pictures... from the Table Layout - Delete menu.
Deleting Unused Pictures
In this example there are three pictures, the first one is being used by one
individual (Jc Morin). The second is used by both Jc Morin and Josée, while
the third picture is not referenced (4th column is empty),
signifying that the picture has not been assigned to any individual in the
family tree. If the picture is unwanted, you can delete it with the
Delete Picture button.