short : FamilyConnections genealogy mgr demo author : firstname.lastname@example.org (Everett M. Greene) uploader : mojaveg ridgecrest ca us type : biz/dbase version : 3.5a architecture : m68k-amigaos Filetype : application/x-lzh-compressed Size : 149.00K Date : 29-Dec-96 Download : 💾 https://de3.aminet.net/biz/dbase/FamCon35a_demo.lha
This distribution is a demonstration version of FamilyConnections version 3.5A. See the "What's new" files for improvements and corrections since the earlier versions. The program requires that you be using version AmigaDOS version 2.04 or later to operate it. Otherwise, it should operate on any model of Amiga computer. Printed reports require a printer capable of both portrait and landscape orientation printing; landscape orientation is required only for certain of the report forms. The program is a commercial product and is not public domain nor freeware. This demonstration version may be freely-distributed in its entirety. The program is fully functional except that the number of people you may track is limited to about 20 instead of the program's full capability of upwards of 32000 (possibly up to 65533) and the Gedcom input process is disabled. This demo version of FamilyConnections does not include the user manual but it is felt that the operation is reasonably obvious. For those who find the program to be useful, a fully operational version may be obtained from the author. Capabilities ------------ FamilyConnections provides for maintaining information about a virtually unlimited number of people per family. A person's name, sex, marital status, place and date of birth, present location (address or place of interment), parents, and spouse(s) may be entered and displayed. Notes containing additional information about the people may also be included. No provision is made for explicitly entering baptism, confirmation, immi- gration dates, occupation, etc. although such information may be placed in the notes. "Navigation" of a family's information is a matter of simply double-clicking on the line containing a person's name. The information about the selected person will then be displayed. Various reports and listings can be produced from a family's data including pedigree, family group record, and Ahnentafel charts and a listing of all the people in a family. The Gedcom file which may be produced by Family- Connections has been validated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints for submission to their Family History data base. The program can be initiated from either the Workbench or CLI. The former is accomplished by clicking on the FamilyConnections icon while the latter is performed by entering "FamilyConnections ". Once a fam- ily's data has been created, later access to it is by means of clicking on the icon sporting the family name or specifying the family name in the CLI command.