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[[Gramps_Glossary#gramplet|Gramplet]] to show [https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedigree_collapse pedigree collapse] and spousal [[Genealogy_Glossary#consanguinity|consanguinity]] for the [[Gramps_Glossary#active_person|Active Person]].
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=== How to add new Family with a known spouse ===
In the example.gramps tree, we want to add a cousin as a spouse to Barry Joseph Garner. To match these illustrations, we will use his 3rd cousin once removed, April Lynn Vázquez.
 
# Switch to the {{icon|peop}}People View via the navigator bar
# find the known person (in this example, April Lynn Vázquez)
# select the row
# copy (which brings up the Gramps Clipboard copies the selected object to it)
# find the other spouse (in this example, Barry Joseph Garner
# select the row
# Switch to the {{icon|rela}}Relationships View via the navigator bar
# click Add a new family toolbar button
# drag April from the Clipboard to the Mother/partner2 spot
# click the {{man button|OK}} button to finalize the new family in the tree
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[[File:ConsanguinityDiagram.png|thumb|right|270px|Fig. {{#vardefineecho:figure|{{#expr:{{#var:figure}}+1}}}} Consanguinity diagram window (click a Relationship hotlink)]]
The hotlinks on the names of People will navigate the focus of Active Person selection to that person.
=== The Relationship diagram ===
Clicking the described {{man label|Relationship}} will open a block diagram of that instance of pedigree collapse and how it relates to the Active Person.
In the example ''shown in Figure 1'', Piatt Warner's great grandparents (Edward Warner and Mary Molly Anderson have the {{man label|Relationship:}} '''''second cousins once removed (down)''''' who are descended from the common ancestors, Edward Christiansen and Elizabeth Thomas. Clicking that relationship description opens a basic chart ''(shown in Figure 2)'' of their common ancestors and Piatt's relationship through them.  === The Pedigree list ===Clicking the {{man button|Display pedigrees}} button opens a tabbed window with ahnenlist numbered pedigree. The other tab contains the ahnenlist numbered pedigree of the Active Person's spouse(s). Each list will only show a person '''''once''''', regardless of how much pedigree collapse exists for the Person in the #1 spot on that pedigree. Clicking the {{man button|Copy}} button copies the text to the OS clipboard.  A text list is more actionable when sharing with family and other genealogists than a diagram. A diagram makes understanding the relationship and easier. But a list can be transcribed into a form or another program more easily.  An example of Piatt's relationship pedigree is shown in Figure 3. You will notice that the the lines for ancestors 152 and 153 are marked as being the same as ancestors 68 and 69 (Edward Christiansen and Elizabeth Thomas). This is where there is pedigree collapse for Piatt. The rest of the list will crop out the ancestors of 152 and 153 because they too are duplicated.  But which children were the siblings? Just divide the ancestor number by 2 to themget the number of their child. Half of 152 is 76 (Nathanial Christiansen) and half of 68 is 34 (off-screen in Figure 3 but this is Joseph Christiansen).
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=== Embeddable Snippets (Subsection) ===
Icons
: {{icon|gram}} Dashboard
: {{icon|peop}} People
: {{icon|rela}} Relationships
: {{icon|fami}} Family Families
: {{icon|ance}} Charts
: {{icon|even}} Events
: {{icon|plac}} Places
: {{icon|geog}} Geography
: {{icon|sour34}} Sources
: {{icon|cite}} Citations
: {{icon|repo}} Repositories
: {{icon|medi}} Media
: {{icon|note}} Notes
:[[Template:Icon/doc|more of the standard icons]]
 
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*<tt>''Replaceable text''</tt>
 
*{{man label|Labels}} for buttons and other portions of the graphical interface
 
*{{man tooltip|hint text}} for roll-over tooltip hints that identify elements of the graphical interface
 
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* Pop-up menu down {{man button|&#x25BC;}} arrowhead, (triangle) button
 
*{{man button|Buttons}} you can click
 
*{{Man key press|CTRL|D}} see [[Gramps_{{man version}}_Wiki_Manual_-_Keybindings|Keybindings]] for a list of keyboard combinations used in Gramps.
 
*<tt>Anything you type in</tt>
 
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