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{{man index|Gramps 5.1 Wiki Manual - Entering and editing data: detailed - part 1|Gramps 5.1 Wiki Manual - Entering and editing data: detailed - part 3|5.1}}
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The top part lets you view and edit basic information about the event:
* The {{man label|Event type:}} can be selected from the available types listed in the Event type drop-down menu. E.g., '''Birth'''(default), Baptism, Death, Burial, etc. You can enter you own Event [[Gramps_Glossary#custom event type |Custom Types]] by typing directly into the this entry field.
* The {{man label|Date:}} of the event can be an exact date, a range (''from ... to ..., between ...''), or an inexact date (''about ...'').
** {{man button|Invoke date editor}} button starts the {{man label|Date selection}} dialog.
Events added to a Person via the Share or by drag'n'drop will be assigned the '''[[Gramps_Glossary#unknown|Unknown]]''' Event Role by default. If the Person holds an equal Role, set their Role to Primary as well.
If none of the pre-defined Roles are appropriate, add a Role ''[[Gramps_Glossary#custom|customCustom Types]]'' Role by typing keyboarding in the new Role name rather than selecting one from among those of the Role Pull-Down menu. Any added Role custom Roles types will remain available in that expanded menu... unless the Tree is exported & re-imported or cleaned via a [[Third-party_Addons|3rd party addon]] Utility like [[Types_Cleanup_Tool|Type Cleanup]].
*{{man label|Name:}} the name of this place.
** {{man button|Invoke place name editor}} button opens the {{man label|[[Gramps_5.1_Wiki_Manual_-_Entering_and_editing_data:_detailed_-_part_2#Place_Name_Editor_dialog|Place Name Editor]]}} dialog where you can add/edit additional information.
*{{man label|Type:}} the place type. All '''[[Gramps_Glossary#custom|CustomTypes]]''' entered '''Type'''s are shown at the bottom of the list. Choose from the following default available '''Types''':
** Building
** Borough
** Municipality
** Neighborhood
** Number - See [[Gramps_5.1_Wiki_Manual_-_Settings#PlacesPlace_Format_Editor|Suppress comma after house numberStreet format:]]
** Parish
** Province
=== Place Name Editor dialog ===
{{man note|New Feature added in Gramps 4.2.0|New Place Name editor. See [[Gramps_5.1_Wiki_Manual_-_What's_new%3F#Place|What's new?]]}}
[[File:PlaceNameEditor-dialog-default-50.png|right|thumb|right|450px| Fig. {{#var:chapter}}.{{#vardefineecho:figure|{{#expr:{{#var:figure}}+1}}}} Place Name Editor dialog - default]]
| degree notation, 4 decimals
: eg +12.0154 , -124.3647
: 4 [ decimals of longitude precision] allows an 11.132 meter (36.5223097 foot) approximation at the equator.
! D.D8
| degree notation, 8 decimals ([ precision ] like ISO-DMS)
: eg +12.01543265 , -124.36473268
You may use the {{man button|Find}} button to filter the list based on one of the options from the drop down list:
* '''Title contains''' (default)
* ''Title not contain''
* ''ID contains''
* ''ID does not contain''
* ''Last Change contains''
* ''Last Change does not contain''
This allows either an existing source or an existing citation (along with its associated source) to be selected. Click on the disclosure triangle alongside a source to see the citations associated with that source. For example, if one of your sources were a book, then the citations would normally refer to a page (or pages) within the book. If you already have a citation that refer to the particular page of the book, then you could select that citation which would then be shared. On the other hand, if this object needs to refer to a new page, then you would select the source and in the subsequent dialog enter the new page.
Use You may use the search field to {{man button|Find}} a source or citation button to filter the list based on one of the followingoptions from the drop down list:
* '''Source: Title or Citation: Volume/Page contains'''(default)
* ''Source: Title or Citation: Volume/Page does not contain''* ''ID contains''* ''ID does not contain''* ''Last Change contains''* ''Last Change does not contain''
**Very Low = Unreliable evidence or estimated data.
**Low = Questionable reliability of evidence (interviews, census, oral genealogies, or potential for bias for example, an autobiography).
** Normal - ??
**High = Secondary evidence, data officially recorded sometime after event.
**Very High = Direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
You may use the {{man button|Find}} button to filter the list based on one of the options from the drop down list:
* '''Title contains''' (default)
* ''Title not contain''
* ''Author contains''
* ''Author does not contain''
* ''ID contains''
* ''ID does not contain''
* ''Last Change contains''
* ''Last Change does not contain''
==== Note tab ====
The {{man label|Note}} tab is the place for adding notes to one of your peoplePeople, sourcesSources, etc. The tab allows you to order your re-sequence notes in the order you want to see them. As on the other tabs, you can add new notes(note) records, share existing notes with the another object you are working on and remove notes from this object (this . {{Man tip|'Remove' is not the same as 'Delete'|Removing a note record from the Note tab does ''not'' remove delete the note data from the family tree. It is remains present in the note Note category view afterward)afterwards but is no longer linked with the current object.
''Notes that are not linked to any object in the Tree may be found in the Notes view by searching for a zero count in the "'''Notes with a reference count of <count>'''" [[Filter#How_to_define_custom_filters|Custom filter]] rule.''}}
The Note tab has the following elements
:* A toolbar to apply styles to your notes. You can select and apply one of the toolbuttons, or set the values as you want and start typing.
::* Font selection drop down list: a basic font selector showing all fonts installed on your operating system.
::* Font size: select the size of the font to use for your text.
::* [[File:22x22-gramps-font-color.png|left]]Font color: select the color of your font.::* [[File:22x22-gramps-font-bgcolor.png|left]]Background color: adds a background color to the text you enter.
::* Link: Opens the {{man label|[[Gramps_5.1_Wiki_Manual_-_Entering_and_editing_data:_detailed_-_part_2#Link_Editor|Link Editor]]}} allowing you to create an internal link to an item in Gramps, such as a Person, Family, Event, Note, etc.
::* Clear Markup: Highlight the text to remove markup you have placed on the note.
:* Some properties of your note
::* {{man label|Preformatted}} checkbox: Notes in Gramps are considered flowed reflowable to allow the content to conform to the report's page size and formatting for beautiful the most harmonious presentation in the reports. In this the default setting, newlines (linefeeds &amp; carriage returns) and white spaces will be automatically ignored so as to form complete paragraphs, which are defined by an empty line between two textblocks. <br />When {{man label|Preformatted}} is checked, Gramps will assume the whitespace and enters newlines you used in keyed into the notes are important. Use this ''Preformatted'' for tables, literal transcripts, and so forth... . Use Using a monospace font to will help keep preformattingcolumn widths &amp; margins predictable. <br />Try not to use preformatted if you do not need itunless absolutely necessary, the reports you create will be flow more beautifulnaturally.::* {{man button|Make public/private}} Privacy is the same as on the other objects. With one easy click, you can indicate a note as should be considered private so as to make sure you Gramps can remove this note from all output Gramps creates with one easy clickcreated.::* {{man label|ID:}} a unique id ID for the note. If left blank , an automatic id ID will be chosen generated according to the settings in the preferences.<div id="note_type">::* {{man label|Type:}} (<code>General</code> default) The note type. You can add your own value [[Gramps_Glossary#custom|custom Type]] by typing keyboarding it in directly. Adding a Note will automatically set the Type to match the object to which itis being added. (e.g. A note added to the Notes tab of the Person Editor will default to ''Person Note'' Type.)<!--:::Selectable Built-in Types include:::::* Citation::::* General ''(default)''::::* HTML code::::* Link::::* Person Note::::* Report::::* Research::::* Source text::::* To Do::::* Transcript::::* Unknown-->:::::{|class="wikitable"! style="text-align:left;"| Type! Recognized for features in |-|''[[Gramps_Glossary#primary_object|<primary object>]]'' Note||-|''[[Gramps_Glossary#secondary_object|<secondary object>]]'' Note||-|Citation||-|General|''(default)''|-|Html code|[[Gramps_{{Version manual}}_Wiki_Manual_-_Reports#Narrated_Web_Site|Narrated Web Site]] report inclusions; export to GEDCOM|-|Link||-|Report||-|Research||-|Source text||-|To Do|[[Gramps_{{Version manual}}_Wiki_Manual_-_Gramplets#To_Do|To Do]] Gramplet, [[ToDoNotesGramplet]] Add-on. ''Not to be confused with ToDo tag-based reports.'' |-|Transcript||-|Unknown||}</div>::* {{man label|Tags:}} Select a Tag for the note: Complete, Todo etc... You can add your own Tags by typing it. Reports based on tags include: [[Gramps_{{Version manual|}}_Wiki_Manual_-_Reports_-_part_6#Tag_Report|Tag Report]], [[ToDoReport|Todo report]]
The {{man label|Link Editor}} has the following options:
*{{man label|Link Type:}} allows you to create an external link to an Internet Address ([|<abbr title="Uniform Resource Locator, also known as a web address">URL</abbr>]) or an item in Gramps, such as an [[Events|Event]], Family, Media, Note, Person, [[Places|Place]], Repository, [[Sources|Source]], or [[Citations|Citation]].
*{{icon|share}} {{man button|Select Item}} button : opens the selector dialog for existing items in the category specified in the Link Type.
**{{man button|New}} button

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