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  • #6120

    Nigel,

    The words: birth registration and death registration are missing in the en-US.po file.
    These words were not translated in the dutch file.

    Wim

  • #6121

    I don’t think they exist in the system at all. Where are you seeing them?

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #6122

    Nigel,

    On the tab fact and events. See printscreen, all is dutch except birth registration and death registration.

    Wim

  • #6124

    OK, now I see. That will be a non-standard (invented) GEDCOM tag from Aldfaer I’m afraid. We don’t try to translate those. They might even be user-created in Aldfaer, but I don’t know.

    If you look at the raw GEDCOM data for that record (From the “Edit” menu on that page, select “View rawa GEDCOM data”). You will see what I mean. I would be interested to see what they have done.

    GEDCOM has no tag for “birth registration”, only BIRT for Birth. A “birth registration” would normally be a source for the birth event, not an event in it’s own right.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #6125

    1 RIN 7461
    1 NAME Gesina Berendina /Meijberg/
    1 SEX F
    1 BIRT
    2 DATE 16 DEC 1875
    2 PLAC Kampen
    1 EVEN
    2 TYPE birth registration
    2 DATE 16 DEC 1875
    2 SOUR @[email protected]
    1 DEAT
    2 DATE 11 MAR 1945
    2 PLAC Kampen
    1 EVEN
    2 TYPE death registration
    2 DATE 13 MAR 1945
    2 SOUR @[email protected]
    1 RESI
    2 ADDR Heiligesteeg wijk 1 nr 668
    3 CITY Kampen
    2 SOUR @[email protected]
    1 NOTE @[email protected]
    1 FAMC @[email protected]
    1 CHAN
    2 DATE 18 MAR 2016
    3 TIME 21:54:46

    I have translated them by using custom translation.

  • #6126

    2 TYPE birth registration

    Wim

    You cannot translate that even with custom translation. The TYPE GEDCOM tag is free-form, for the user to enter anything they like. We can never translate such variables.

    Custom translation can only translate the same standard (coded) texts as standard. The purpose is to use a non-standard translation of existing texts only.

    As mentioned earlier, the correct use of a birth registration is as a source for the birth event, not as an event in its own right.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #6127

    Thanks for explaining.

  • #6128

    Nigel,

    For the word stillborn it is the same as birth registration?

    Wim

  • #6129

    No, “stillborn” means “born dead”, in other words the child had died in the womb.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #6130

    Nigel,

    1 NAME N.N. /Meijberg/
    1 BIRT
    2 TYPE stillborn

    If I want to translate this, change the word in the GEDCOM?

    Wim

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