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On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 5:21 AM, Janet <jane...@btinternet.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone
> I would like help with Legacy Charting please. In a descendant chart is
> there any way to control the connecting lines between each person? For
> example between parents and children. Sometimes it is necessary to move
> people about to get them all on the page, even on A3 size paper. However
> because the lines seem to move a fixed distance between generations, it is
> difficult to fit people in with out the lines becoming tangled or crossing
> through other another family.
> If you try to drop a branch further down the page, the connecting line
> only comes so far, so you can not slot another branch in.
> Sorry if this does not make sense, not sure how else to word it.
> In previous family tree programmes I have used there was a better control
> these lines. Having said that in every other way Legacy is good.
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