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Hanne B. Stegemüller

Thumbnail wrong height and strange number of ancestors

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Hanne B. Stegemüller

Hello again

I have one two problems that I can't figure out:

1) I restored thumbnails. This caused some of the images in the trees to only be half height. You can see an example here: https://tng.stegemueller.dk/pedigree.php?personID=I630&tree=HBS

How do I get them back to the correct height so the trees look nice again? I had chosen wrong default landscape images. As soon as I changed to some portrait images my trees look perfect again.

2) Number of ancestors: I use MOD called: count_ancestors_n_descendants_v13.0.0.5b.cfg. My adoptive father has 134 ancestors, and my mother has 197 ancestors, so in total I should have 331 ancestors myself (134 + 197), but I only have 98. How can this be?

I have checked that I am listed as a proband and show my adoptive family as preferred in Legacy before I create the GEDCOM file and import it into TNG. The number of my ancestors has been correct until a few months ago, and I have not changed any settings either in Legacy or in TNG.

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Edited by Hanne B. Stegemüller
Found solution with help from RickM

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RickM

Hi Hanne

Not sure about the Number of Ancestors issue..

The Thumbnails do appear to be fine. There are three photos that are landscape not Portrait, so the height will be less than those in Portrait.

Maybe clear you browser cache and see if that helps.

 

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Hanne B. Stegemüller
35 minutes ago, RickM said:

Hi Hanne

Not sure about the Number of Ancestors issue..

The Thumbnails do appear to be fine. There are three photos that are landscape not Portrait, so the height will be less than those in Portrait.

Maybe clear you browser cache and see if that helps.

 

Thanks Rick

You are perfectly right. I changed the images, and everything is great again.

I have edited the post.

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RickM

Hanne,

I'm never perfectly anything 🤣 As always I am happy to be of some help..

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