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To do so:. This mod includes a subfolder that must be extracted from the downloaded zip file, and copied to your mods folder along with the. When you click the "Save these options" button, the primary Gedcom Converter options will be saved to one configuration file, and, if the Place Normalization options are installed, they will be saved to a second configuration file. When you click on either "Convert Gedcom" button, the converter program runs, using the specified options.
It generates a list of option values behind a button , displays record counts as it processes records, and then, depending on the options you have selected, it may offer to display lists of places that may not have been fully normalized. The help file for the Gedcom Converter form has very detailed explanations of all of the Converter options. Cookies help us deliver our services.
Place Normalization , Gedcom Import Mediatype. Requirements A working TNG installation. An installed current version of the Mod Manager. You should backup files listed in the panel on the right. Procedure Remove and delete previous version of this mod. Backup the files updated by this mod. They are listed in the panel at the upper right. Download the. Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account.
Namespaces Page Discussion. Views Read View source View history. This page was last modified on 28 May , at This mod reads a Gedcom file, modifies some tags and data, and creates a new Gedcom file. It modifies Gedcom files produced by Ancestry. TNG TNG 9. My Mod Support form. Contents 1 Purpose of the Mod 2 Installation 2.
These options are added by the Place Normalization mod, which is not required. Step 3. Save Options When you click the "Save these options" button, the primary Gedcom Converter options will be saved to one configuration file, and, if the Place Normalization options are installed, they will be saved to a second configuration file.
Step 4 , Run the Converter When you click on either "Convert Gedcom" button, the converter program runs, using the specified options.
No functional changed. Changed mod name. Added several Gedcom tags to the converter logic. Separated language strings, configuration variables, and code for Place Normalization into different files, which are installed by the new Place Normalization mod.
No real significant changes. The converter now handles some Gedcom tags that FTM doesn't generate. I use it occasionally to modify other Gedcoms. Removed some options that addressed my personal data entry habits. Improved the place normalization. Cleaned up code and added documentation. Fixed some strings that weren't internationalized. Added a warning to the "Compress dates" option noting that compressing dates breaks date internationalization. Modified the mod subfolder for new files so that it has the same folder structure as the TNG site.
I thus added the version suffix to that subfolder. The converter configuration file lists the options in essentially the same order as the options form. Shows more information while the converter is running. Added an option to suppress secondary events for selected event types.
Improved handling of the media object path. Fixed a couple of bugs that caused some conversions to be performed even if their checkbox was unchecked. Improved handling of the media object path so that it doesn't get in the way of simple TNG installations. Added the "locales that act as counties" concept so it could be more thorough in making sure that counties have the county designator.
Added option 5e, which was previously always done along with Date compression. Added the upload module, which was missing in the first release. Robin's Genealogy Database.
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