Sat Nov 01, 2008 5:58 pm Post
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Sun Nov 02, 2008 2:09 am Post
shorn wrote:The filter mechanism appears to search only on first name. If I create a Tom Jones and a Tom Brown, typing "tom" displays both, but so does either "Tom Jones" or "Tom Brown", and "jones" displays nothing.
shorn wrote:1) I may not need (or even know) the birth date of a historical personage (and his or her age may not be relevant). So personally I would appreciate it if a birth date was not required when creating a character. This applies to using institutions as characters. In a history a government or a company may be an important actor, but their "birth date" generally has no meaning.
shorn wrote:2) Related to this, when you create a character, their birth is entered as an event in the timeline. I don't need this, so I delete the event, but the person remains as a character, which is great. However, if I later decide to enter a birth date, or change it, having deleted the event from the timeline, I don't see anywhere to do this.
shorn wrote:3) I like the possibility of using colour-coding, but it would be nice if this become a full category or keyword mechanism, with no limit on the number of characters, the ability to choose colours for categories, and to display by category. (Similarly some kind of tagging mechanism would be good too.)
Sun Nov 02, 2008 2:13 am Post
AndreasE wrote:A thought: It would be useful to have the possibility to define the death date of a character as well. Mostly not for the protagonist, sure, but for developing his or her family relations. ("Beloved grandma died at... last memory was... together with..." etc.)
Sun Nov 02, 2008 1:59 pm Post
matt wrote:AndreasE wrote:A thought: It would be useful to have the possibility to define the death date of a character as well. Mostly not for the protagonist, sure, but for developing his or her family relations. ("Beloved grandma died at... last memory was... together with..." etc.)
You can already associate an event as the "death event" for a character.
To do so, instead of left-clicking at the intersection point to cycle through "observer/participant/no participation", right-click. You will be presented with a menu that allows you to select 'Death' as well. I think this is mentioned in the documentation already, but it is a long document
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