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ColinMc
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Spacing issue - Report

Post by ColinMc » 21 Oct 2021 13:34

I've noticed a minor spacing issue on the Narrative Report "Descendants by Generation" and I'm wondering if it is a bug or an error on my part. I spotted it first looking at "Unmarried couples". After a bit of checking, it seems to relate to the existence or not of a marriage fact.

The following is from a report on the Sample Project
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If I then remove the marriage fact, the result is as follows.

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As far as I can see, it is consistent (in this report at least). Any thoughts on this? I'm pretty sure the only changes I have made to the report are font ones, but this could of course be having an impact.

While insignificant, it does stand out (particularly once you have noticed it) on some live examples depending on the actual content around it.
Colin McDonald - Researching McDonald, McGillivray, Tait, Rountree families

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Re: Spacing issue - Report

Post by tatewise » 21 Oct 2021 14:15

It looks like a typo that should be reported to CP.
It arises with various marriage Status settings.
The double space remains even if a Language Pack is used to translate those sentences.

The usual Marriage event sentence comes from the Marriage Sentence Template.
Whereas those faulty sentences are auto-generated by FH.
Mike Tate ~ researching the Tate and Scott family history ~ tatewise ancestry

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Re: Spacing issue - Report

Post by ColinMc » 21 Oct 2021 15:17

Reported to CP and nice prompt reply.

"Thank you we have logged the issue."
Colin McDonald - Researching McDonald, McGillivray, Tait, Rountree families

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