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Asetukset

Fig. .1 Asetuksien kaikki lehdet

Useimmat Grampsin asetukset määritetään Asetukset ikkunassa. Se avataan valinnalla Muokkaa->Asetukset....

Yläosan lehdet on jaoteltu asetusryhmittäin.

Yleistä

Fig. .2 Yleistä-asetukset (Linux)
Fig. .3 Yleistä-asetukset (Microsoft Windows 10)

Tällä lehdellä ovat ohjelman yleiseen käyttöön liittyvät asetukset. Ne ovat:

  • Käytä vaihtoehtoista fontin käsittelijää käyttöliittymässä ja raporteissa (vaatii uudelleenkäynnistyksen): Tämä valintaruutu näkyy vain ja vaikuttaa Microsoft Windows käyttöjärjestelmissä Asetus vaikuttaa niiden Unicode-merkkien ulkoasuun, jotka eivät ole käytössä olevassa merkistössä. Microsoft Windowsin vakio merkkien käsittelijä näyttää korvaavia merkkejä, jos merkkiä ei ole käytettävissä. Eräille käyttäjille vaihtoehtoinen merkkien käsittelijä antaa paremman lopputuloksen. Jos näytössä tai raportissa näkyy virheellisiä merkkejä (tyypillisesti kuten little box with numbers in it), kokeile tätä asetusta. Asetuksen jälkeen Gramps on käynnistettävä uudelleen. (Katso Microsoftin tuen artikkeli: Why does some text display with square boxes in some apps on Windows 10?
  • Lisää oletuslähde GEDCOM-tuonnissa: Tämä valintaruutu vaikuttaa GEDCOM data tuonnissa. Tällä asetuksella jokaisessa tuodussa kohteessa on lähdeviittaus tuontitiedostoon. Huomaa - Oletuslähdeviite voi hidastaa merkittävästi GEDCOM datasi tuontia.
  • Lisää oletustagi tuonnissa: Valintaruutu (Oletusarvo: Tuotu %Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S ) Huomaa - Oletustagi voi hidastaa merkittävästi GEDCOM datasi tuontia.
  • Aktivoi oikoluku: Tällä valintaruudulla asetetaan päälle ja pois Lisätietojen oikoluku. Toiminto edellyttää gtkspell paketin lataamista.
  • Näytä päivän vihje: Tällä valintaruudulla asetetaan päälle ja pois Päivän vinkki ikkunan näyttäminen ohjelman käynnistyksessä.
  • Näytä viimeisin näytetty näkymä: Tällä valintaruudulla asetetaan päälle ja pois viimeisen näkymän näyttäminen. Kun asetus on päällä, ohjelma avataan näkymään, jossa suljit edellisellä kerralla sen.
  • Suurin sukupolvimäärä sukulaisuussuhteelle: Voit syöttää sukupolvien lukumäärän, jota käytetään sukulaisuussuhteissa. Oletusarvo on 15.
  • Peruspolku suhteellisille mediatiedostojen poluille: Tässä voit syöttää mediatiedostojen peruspolun. Kansio kuvakkeesta avautuu Valitse mediatiedostojen hakemisto muokkain, jossa voit määrittää halutun polun.
  • Laajennusten päivityksen tarkistus: Valitse rytmi, jolla Gramps tarkistaa Addons päivitykset. Oletusarvo: Ei koskaan
  • Mitä tarkistetaan: Oletusarvo: Vain uudet laajennukset
  • Mistä tarkistetaan: Oletusarvo: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/gramps-project/addons/master/gramps50
  • Template:ValintaruutuÄlä kysy aikaisemmin ilmoitetuista laajennuksista: Valintaruutu on oletusarvoisesti päällä.
  • Tarkista laajennusten päivitykset nyt: Painike käynnistää laajennusten tarkistuksen. Jos laajennuksia on saatavilla, ne näytetään Available Gramps Updates for Addons ikkunassa, josta voit valita ja asentaa haluamasi.


Saatavilla olevat Grampsin laajennusten päivitykset
"Saatavilla olevat laajennusten päivitykset Grampsiin" ikkuna , jossa on listattuna esimerkinluonteisesti Gramps 5.0 laajennuksia

The Saatavilla olevat laajennusten päivitykset Grampsiin ikkunan lista on ryhmitetty tyypeittäin, jotka voit laajentaa "Valitse" painikkeesta.

  • Valitse kaikki-painikkeesta voit valita kerralla kaikki laajennukset asennettaviksi, mutta voit laajennuskohtaisista valintaruuduista valita ne yksitellenkin.
  • Sitten Asenna valitut laajennukset painikkeella lataat päivitykset netistä.
  • Laajennusten lataus ja asennus suoritettu ikkuna suljetaan Sulje painikkeella
  • Asetukset ikkunasta poistutaan Sulje painikkeella.
  • Laajennuksien käyttämiseksi sulje Gramps Sukupuut>Lopeta valinnalla ja käynnistä se uudelleen.


Tip of the Day dialog

Fig. .4 Tip of the Day dialog

When enabled in Edit > Preferences General tab the Tip of the Day dialog shows helpful hints.

The following options are available:

  • Display on startup (check box checked by default - once enabled) - uncheck to stop further tips appearing.
  • Forward - Advance to the next tip.
  • Close - exit for this session until the Gramps program is restarted.


Family Tree

Fig. .5 Menu: Edit>Preferences... - "Family Tree" - tab - example - defaults

This tab contains preferences relevant to the Family Tree Database.

  • Database backend: -
    • BSDDB(default) -
    • Sqlite3 -
  • Host: -
  • Port: -
  • Family Tree Database path: The default path where the Databases are stored is home directory/.gramps/grampsdb. Unless you absolutely want to change this, stay with the default path. This path will be located in the relevant Operating Systems User Directory.
  • Automatically load last family tree: This checkbox option controls the enabling and disabling of the loading on start up of the last used database.
  • Backup path: -
  • Backup on exit
  • Autobackup: -
    • Never(default)


See also:

  • Addon PostgreSQL - this adds support for PostgreSQL databases.

Display

Fig. .6 Menu: "Edit>Preferences..." - "Display" - tab - defaults

This tab contains preferences relevant to the display of data and names. Options are:

  • Name format: This option controls the display of names. In Gramps there are two type of name display formats: the predefined formats, and the user defined custom formats. Several different predefined name formats are available: Given - Prefix Patronymic, Suffix Given - Prefix Surname, Given Patronymic Suffix etc.
    • Clicking on the right hand side Edit... button will bring up a Display Name Editor window where the available list of options is shown. The format is given as well as an example. When predefined formats are not suitable one can define one's own format. You can use the Add button to add a Name format to the list. Clicking once will give you a SURNAME,Given Suffix(call) format and as example : SMITH, Edwin Jose Sr (Ed). If you added new name formats to the list the Remove and Edit buttons become available to change the name format list.
      • Consider single pa/matronymic as surname: Checkbox unselected by default. If selected enables Gramps to consider patronymic and matronymic names as surnames.
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Note

Besides the system wide setting Gramps allows you to decide the name display format individually for every single name via the Display Name Editor dialog

  • Date format: This option controls the display of dates. Several different formats are available, which may be dependent on your locale. Default: YYYY-MM-DD (ISO)
  • Place format: This option controls the display of places.
  • Enable automatic place title generation (checkbox checked by default)
  • Age display precision(requires restart): Years(default)


  • Calendar on reports: Gregorian(default). This option controls the display of calendar on reports, tools, gramplets, views. Several different calendars are available (see Date Edition). Two dates with two different calendars will not properly display timeline or period, (e.g. Using the Gregorian calendar as the default displayed calendar, users will have a better coherency for displaying dates on period).
  • Surname Guessing: This option affects the initial family name of a child when he/she is added to the database. The default Father's surname will use the family name of the father. Selecting None means that no surname guessing will be attempted. Selecting Combination of mother's and father's surname will use the father's name followed by the mother's name. Finally, Icelandic style will use the father's given name followed by the "sson" suffix (e.g. the son of Edwin will be guessed as Edwinsson).
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Tip

The Surname Guessing: option only affects the initial family name guessed by Gramps when the Edit Person dialog is launched. You can modify that name the way you see fit. Set this option to the value that you will most frequently use, as it will save you a lot of typing.


  • Default family relationship:
    • Unknown(default)
    • Married
    • Unmarried
    • Civil Union
  • Height multiple surname box(pixels): Default:150
  • Status bar: This option controls the information displayed in the status bar. This can be either the Active person's name and ID(default) or Relationship to home person.
  • Show text in sidebar buttons(requires restart) checked (default) This checkbox controls whether or not a text description is displayed next to the icon in the Navigator sidebar. This option takes effect after the program has been restarted.
  • Show close button in gramplet bar tabs unchecked(default)

Display Name Editor

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Note

Custom name display formats are stored in the Family Trees, thus before loading any Family Tree the Custom format details expander is disabled.

Fig. .7 Display Name Editor - dialog (example) from Menu: "Edit>Preferences..." - "Display" - tab

The following keywords are replaced with the appropriate name parts:

  • Given - given name (first name)
  • Title - title (Dr., Mrs.)
  • Call - call name
  • Initials - first letters of Given
  • Primary, Primary[pre] or [sur] or [con]- full primary surname, prefix, surname only, connector
  • Patronymic, or [pre] or [sur] or [con] - full pa/matronymic surname, prefix, surname only, connector
  • Familynick - family nick name
  • Rest - non primary surnames
  • Rawsurnames- surnames (no prefixes and connectors)
  • Surname - surnames (with prefix and connectors)
  • Suffix - suffix (Jr., Sr.)
  • Nickname - nick name
  • Common - nick name, otherwise first of Given
  • Prefix - all prefixes (von, de)
  • Notpatronymic- all surnames, except pa/matronymic & primary

UPPERCASE versions of these keywords forces uppercase to be displayed. Extra parentheses, commas are removed. Other text appears literally.

Example: 'Dr. Edwin Jose von der Smith and Weston Wilson Sr ("Ed") - Underhills'
Edwin Jose is given name, von der is the prefix, Smith and Weston surnames,
and a connector, Wilson patronymic surname, Dr. title, Sr suffix, Ed nick name,
Underhills family nick name, Jose callname.


Place Format Editor

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New Feature - introduced in Gramps 4.1

Hierarchical Place Structure

Fig. .8 Place Format Editor - dialog (example) from Menu: "Edit>Preferences..." - "Display" - tab

Accessed from the Display tabs Place Format option.

This tab contains preferences relevant to how Places should be shown.

  • Name: A unique name for the place format.
  • Levels: The place names to be displayed.

Each level in the hierarchy is represented by a positive integer, starting with 0 for the selected place and increasing by 1 for each level up the hierarchy. The levels can also be represented by negative integers, starting with -1 for the top level (usually a country) and decreasing by 1 for each level lower in the hierarchy. In addition, the populated place (city, town, village or hamlet) is represented by the letter p; this can be used with an offset (e.g. p+1 or p-2).

The names to be displayed are defined as a comma-separated list of ranges. A range can either be a single level, or a start level and an end level separated by a colon. The start level must be less than the end level in a range. The start and end levels default to 0 and -1 if missing.

  • Street format: "None" (Default), "Number Street" or "Street Number". Option to concatenate the number and street in order to suppress the comma. For this option to work, the street must have the Type Street and house number must have the Type Number.
  • Language: (Empty by Default) A two-digit language code.
  • Reverse display order (checkbox unchecked by default)


See also:


Text

Fig. .9 Menu: "Edit>Preferences..." - "Text" - tab - defaults

This tab contains preferences relevant to how missing and private names and records should be shown.

  • Missing surname: in the input field you can determine how a missing surname should be displayed. Default value is [Missing Surname]. You can change this to [--] or whatever is most convenient for you.
  • Missing given name in the input field you can determine how a missing given name should be displayed. Default value is [Missing Given Name]. You can change this to whatever you want.
  • Missing record: Default: [Missing Record]
  • Private surname: Default: [Living]
  • Private given name: Default: [Living]
  • Private record: Default: [Private Record]


ID Formats

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ID Prefixes

The ID prefixes use formatting conventions common for C, Python, and other programming languages. For example, the %04d expands to an integer, prepended with zeros to have the total width of four digits. If you would like IDs to be 1, 2, 3, etc., simply set the formatting parameter to %d, the 'd' specifies Decimal Integer, outputting the number in base 10.

See: Python (String) Format Specification Mini-Language


Fig. .10 Menu: "Edit>Preferences..." - "ID Formats" - tab - defaults

This tab contains preferences relevant to the automatic generation of Gramps IDs.

  • Person: Provides the template for generating IDs for a Person. Default value: I%04d
  • Family: Provides the template for generating IDs for a Family. Default value: F%04d
  • Place: Provides the template for generating IDs for a Place. Default value: P%04d
  • Source: Provides the template for generating IDs for a Source. Default value: S%04d
  • Citation: Provides the template for generating IDs for a Citation. Default value: C%04d
  • Media Object: Provides the template for generating IDs for a Media Object. Default value: O%04d
  • Event: Provides the template for generating IDs for an Event. Default value: E%04d
  • Repository: Provides the template for generating IDs for a Repository. Default value: R%04d
  • Note: Provides the template for generating IDs for a Note. Default value: N%04d


You can use the Reorder Gramps ID tool to change the format.

Dates

Fig. .11 Menu: "Edit>Preferences..." - "Dates" - tab - defaults
  • Date about range: Default: 50
  • Date after range: Default: 50
  • Date before range: Default: 50
  • Maximum age probably alive: Default: 110
  • Maximum sibling age difference: Default: 20
  • Minimum years between generations: Default: 13
  • Average years between generations: Default: 20
  • Markup for invalid date format: Default: <b>%s</b>
    • Convenience markups are:
      • <b>Bold</b> (Default)
      • <big>Makes font relatively larger</big>
      • <i>Italic</i>
      • <s>Strikethrough</s>
      • <sub>Subscript</sub>
      • <sup>Superscript</sup>
      • <small>Makes font relatively smaller</small>
      • <tt>Monospace font</tt>
      • <u>Underline</u>
        • For example: <u><b>%s</b></u> will display Underlined bold date.


Researcher

Fig. .12 Menu: "Edit>Preferences..." - "Researcher" - tab - defaults

Allows you to Enter your information so people can contact you when you distribute your Family Tree in the corresponding text entry fields. Although Gramps requests information about you, this information is used only so that Gramps can create valid GEDCOM output files. A valid GEDCOM file requires information about the file's creator. If you choose, you may leave the information empty, however none of your exported GEDCOM files will be valid.

The available text entry fields are (by default all fields are blank):

  • Name:
  • Address:
  • Locality:
  • City:
  • State/County:
  • Country:
  • ZIP/Postal Code:
  • Phone:
  • Email:

The information entered under this preference acts as default value for family tree specific values that can be adjusted with the Edit Database Owner Information tool.

Warnings

Fig. .13 Menu: "Edit>Preferences..." - "Warnings" - tab - defaults

This tab controls the display of warning dialogs, allowing the re-enabling of dialogs that have been disabled.

  • Suppress warning when adding parents to a child. Checkbox checked by Default (See Dialog)
  • Suppress warning when cancelling with changed data. Checkbox unchecked by Default (See Dialog)
  • Suppress warning about missing researcher when exporting to GEDCOM. Checkbox unchecked by Default (See Dialog)
  • Show plugin status dialog on plugin load error. Checkbox unchecked by Default (See Dialog)


See the Error and Warning Reference page for examples.

Colors

Fig. .14 Menu: "Edit>Preferences..." - "Colors" - tab - defaults

This tab allows you to Set the colors used for boxes in the graphical views


Pick a Color selector

Fig. .15 "Pick a Color" - selector dialog

Select a color from the color pallet area, or select the Custom + button to create your own color either via direct 'color Hex color code'; the slider or mouse click.

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