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  • #4774

    I needed to find an error in PLAC so used Place hierarchy. The image is what I got instead of the “blue table”. Not sure if you changed the colours or if there’s a “problem”:

    PLAC

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  • #4777

    Looks fine to me. What would you expect different, other than the layout?

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #4778

    My 3.0 version is as shown:

    PLAC-2

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  • #4780

    Yes, the display has changed. What exactly is the problem?

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #4781

    I didn’t know it changed so thought there was a display problem.

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  • #4782

    Now that I fixed my errors, I see the columns read across and are actually harder to read. If I’m trying to see all the entries for England, I was accustom to reading down the first, down the second, then down the third (old). So reading across without any lines is more difficult to spot errors.

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  • #4784

    But it’s a place heirarchy. There shouldn’t be more than one England.

    As for problems reading left-right rather than down, I’d have to disagree. Left-right seems more natural to me.

    But the design is to aid mobile device responsiveness – so reduce your browser window to the narrowest possible width and they will all become one vertical list. (see attached), especially if you click “Switch to list view”

    Or, temporarily turn on the “GoogleMaps” module, then in Admin > Tools view it’s “PlaceCheck” feature, That gives a very useful, and totally controllable vertical list. You can ignore the actual GoogleMaps part, just use the left column which is your standard GEDCOM places.

    Then a third option is a tiny modification to the style.css file (using a mystyle.css file as per FAQ “Customising themes”). Just put this in it:

    #place-hierarchy ul li {
      display: block;
    }
    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
  • #4797

    Ah, tried the narrowing of the column to one long list and it’s okay. Perhaps a note on the page would help let others know. It does make it easier now to see items to change but it’s not intuitive to narrow it. I thought it was a 2 column table.

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