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The return proposals of WebTrees for a selected search is not complete. 1 week 4 days ago #1

  • Klugesherz
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Issue on WebTrees 2.0.7, but I guess that the issue is there since 2.x.x

The return proposals of WebTrees for a selected search is not complete.
See following example, where we can see 2 identical answers, while we expected to have 2 separate one.


(If needed I can create an entry at github)

Thanks for taking into account
WebTrees 2.0.7 ---> My famility tree
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The return proposals of WebTrees for a selected search is not complete. 1 week 4 days ago #2

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We search *by* name.
But we search *for* individuals.

So, the results show individuals - with their prefered/default name.
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The return proposals of WebTrees for a selected search is not complete. 1 week 4 days ago #3

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Greg, don’t you think it’s worth filtering this result to display the same person only once? imagine a tree with namesakes ... if they are repeated it can become a difficult task and even cause the user to select the wrong person from the list.

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The return proposals of WebTrees for a selected search is not complete. 1 week 4 days ago #4

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Agreed with rsbarreiro
It is confusing to have several times the same information :-(

This would be great if the results could be filtered of differentiated

Thanks in advance
WebTrees 2.0.7 ---> My famility tree

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