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  • Install FHUG Icon Packs V1.1 (23 Sep 2013) By Jane Taubman. Installs downloaded icon packs to the Family Historian icon folder, for use on diagrams. More information on using icons on diagrams can be found in . . . the help and in the knowledge base at FHUG. The plugin will prompt for a zip file and create a subfolder in the FH icon folder with the same name as the zip file and add any bitmap (bmp) graphics files in to the folder. It will overwrite existing files with matching names. You can find a selection of Icon Packs to use with the plug in on FHUG. Icons for Family Historian at The first time you run this plugin you may be prompted to download an additional zip extension, if this happens and you have internet connection the zip extension will be downloaded and installed. 1.1 Fix problem where zip files have directories in them.
  • Install Library Modules V1.0 (5 May 2020) By Mike Tate. Some Plugins require library modules to be downloaded and installed before they will run. As a shortcut, this Plugin installs all the available . . . library modules beforehand without needing any downloads. Therefore, those other Plugins will run uninterrupted. Some non-Windows systems, such as CrossOver for Mac/Linux/Chrome, do not support the necessary download service (winhttp), so this Plugin is essential on those platforms.
  • Keyword Update V1.3 (11 Feb 2015) By Peter Richmond. Update Keywords for a selection of Multimedia Object records. Existing used keywords are shown alphabetically, with counts, and the user can add . . . further keywords. Then the user selects one or more keywords to be added to the selection of multimedia records, replacing any existing keywords on those records. If the plugin was started without selecting the required Multimedia records, the user is prompted to make a selection. The updated records are displayed as a Result Set. V1.3: (Thanks to Mike Tate) Unicode characters outside the ANSI/CP1252 set now preserved. V1.1: Button added for Online Help.
  • Let Standalone Gedcom Use Project Commands V1.3 (3 Nov 2014) By Mike Tate. This plugin is intended for EXPERTS who wish NOT to use the PROJECT structure. It creates files related to a standalone .ged file to enable Project . . . features such as: Charts, Books, Make Family Tree CD/DVD, Create Website, and Medium/Full Backups. First it creates an .fh_data folder and moves the .ged file down into this folder. It also creates an .fh_proj project file. The existing Multimedia files are unaffected. However, FH will offer to 'Copy Media Files' to the Project 'Media' folder, and the 'Don't Copy' option must be chosen to retain the original file structure. V1.3: Check version in store, fix Version in Header, fix warning message for XP. V1.2: Add fhInitialise(5,0,0,"save_required"). V1.1: Improve the preliminary warning messages. V1.0: Initial release.
  • List All Citations for a Selected Source V1.5 (10 May 2012) By Jane Taubman. Find all the citations to a Source and list the items below using a result window. * Citation * Record * Fact * Entry Date * Where within source * . . . Text From Source * Quality Assessment * Note V1.5 Added Columns for the note and the quality assessment to the result set. V1.4 Add a description field for the Field Type and re-arrange the columns so item shows before citation. V1.3 Reduced number of Progress Bar updates and added warning of slow response for very high numbers of citations. V1.2 Updated to latest Progress Bar code and added more detailed messages. V1.1 Added Progress Bar and Citation Column
  • List All Related Media V1.1 (2 Jul 2012) By Jane Taubman. Lists all media, which is linked to the individual or the Family as Spouse of the Individual or Sources linked to the Individual. To quickly view in . . . the media window, from the result set, hit CTRL-A to select all fields and then select View Selected Records from the drop down on the media button. N.B Only media records are listed, locally attached media is not shown. 1.1 Added media records linked to facts
  • Lookup Missing BMD Records V2.4 (1 Jun 2018) By Mike Tate. Searches selected people for chosen BMD Records and produces a web page to invoke searches of online web sites for any missing records. Estimated . . . dates are used, where none are recorded. Women's married names are used where the event is after the marriage date (or after the birth of the first child). V2.4: Updated library module for EstimatedDeathDates(). V2.3: Adds BMD searches for Isle of Man, Jersey & Guernsey, adds the Redisplay the Last Lookup Page button, and redesigned to cope with large Project databases and rectify performance issues. V2.2: Adds searches for FamilySearch and MyHeritage web sites, splits U.K. searches into England, Scotland and Wales, and other minor improvements. V2.1: Lets people with too few Name parts be skipped, excludes people with Living Flag from Death/Burial lookup, adds useful Result Set columns, plus other minor improvements. V2.0: First public version supporting Ancestry and FindMyPast web sites.
  • Lookup Missing Census Facts V4.4 (1 Jun 2018) By Mike Tate. Offers ways of looking up missing Census Records for UK, USA, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Germany & Norway via online web sites. V4.4: Updated . . . library module for EstimatedDeathDates(). V4.3: Adds reviews of Census Records for Germany and Norway but without online searches, improves the check for whether each person was at home or abroad on missing Census dates, caters for polygamous relationships when assigning married surnames & spouses in web site searches, adds the Redisplay the Last Lookup Page button, and redesigned to cope with large Project databases and rectify performance issues. V4.2: Adds searches for FamilySearch and MyHeritage web sites, fixes Ancestry search codes, plus other minor improvements. V4.1: Lets fragmentary Census collections be excluded, lets people with too few Name parts be skipped, adds useful Result Set columns, plus other minor improvements. V4.0: Now also checks the Family facts such as Census (family), internally sorts facts by Date in case they are out-of-sequence after updates, Census Place names matching is case-insensitive and leading & trailing space tolerant, adds the [Record Id] to the Individual in the Lookup Web Page heading, and the sorting of Date columns in the Lookup Web Page that was broken is now mended. V3.9: Adds England & Wales 1939 Register, and fixes minor issues with some Other household members included in Searches. V3.8: Removes "new." from "" web address, reinstates V3.5 updates. V3.7: Fix possible HTML/URL encoding issues. V3.6: Supports FH V6 IUP 3.11.2 Unicode characters. V3.5: Minimum Age threshold to exclude children from web search, and a few Census Records added. V3.4: Reinstate women's husband's surnames upset by V3.3. V3.3: Adds Irish Census fragments & better search web page. V3.2: Uses A-Z of Record Sets search mode on FindMyPast websites, and improves search filters on all websites. V3.1: Supports and revised World Search mode. V3.0: Detects people abroad rather than missing for a Census. Copes with countries that held a Census in same year but on different dates. V2.9: Adds Canada 1921 Census, and minor GUI updates. V2.8: Uses original Surname of single parent mothers, and fixes Family Date error. V2.7: Revises FindMyPast online searches, and applies birth dates with offsets in many more cases, using estimated dates where necessary. V2.6: Supports all FindMyPast websites, and manages .css & .js files better. V2.5: First public version.
  • Map Geo-code Maintenance V1.1 (8 Nov 2011) By Jane Taubman. Works with the Map Live Events plugin allowing the entry of longitude and latitudes for place names, or simply modern names for places so they can be . . . recognised by Google maps.
  • Map Life Facts V4.6 (21 Oct 2019) By Mike Tate. A mapping tool to create web pages that use Google Maps or Leaflet Maps to display a map of locations from each person's life Facts. It supports both . . . Place and Address fields. Mapped data may be saved in a Plugin Data file, or as part of your GEDCOM, in Source, Repository or Place records. Maps can be filtered on Living & Private Flags. Generated map files can be integrated with FH generated web pages. V4.6: Allow unreserved URI characters including hyphen, dot & tilde in personal API Key. Fix a problem with iup.Tree leaf Title attribute truncating Place names to 254 characters. Fix a problem with Google Maps not rubbing out map markers correctly. Update to latest library version. V4.5: Fix a problem with Google Maps scripts, and improve initialisation. V4.4: Fix a problem with detecting old format map files. V4.3: The Leaflet Maps mode alternative to Google Maps is supported.Plot Markers can be added & dragged to set Latitude & Longitude values.Place List entries grouped by first alphanumeric character disregarding leading symbols. V4.2: The Google Maps mode supports the API Key needed to unlock its services.Emigration and Immigration facts now fully implement both their Place names.All symbols that might occur in Place or Address fields are now handled correctly.Windows XP and Vista are barred as now incompatible with Google Maps. V4.1: Fix UTF8 accented chars in drop-lists; Fix problem when Plugin Window is minimised and closed. V4.0: Ignores location text enclosed in [[ brackets ]], plus fix for Erase Addr ~ Place Database. V3.9: Improves Geocoder mapping of place names with a hyphen such as Stoke-upon-Trent, ensures use of best stable version of Google Maps API, and fixes some minor bugs. V3.8: Handles new Geocoder response of Unknown Error that indicates a server problem, and enforces Geocoder version 3.18 in support of Windows XP IE v8. V3.7: Cancels workaround for Control Panel custom Decimal symbol as now corrected by FH V6.0.2. CD/Website map page style more closely matches FH CD/Website fhstyle.css and user customisations. CD/Website map page Plots optionally exclude any Facts not listed in FH CD/Website pages. V3.6: Supports Control Panel customisation of Decimal symbol in Lat/Longitude to be dot (.) or comma (,). V3.5: Various database and user interface problems fixed. V3.4: Various Place Records related problems fixed. V3.3: Supports FH V6 IUP 3.11.2 Unicode & Place Records, revised GUI library, Emigration/Immigration To/From _PLAC, geocoding preference to Lat/Longitude, and fix IUP Tooltips in XP. V3.2: Revised the Address…Place sub-options to retain all entries, and new Database Management tab Options. V3.1: Speed-up for large numbers of Locations, fixed Delete key bug in Substitute, Latitude & Longitude fields, and four new From Location: Address…Place sub-options. V3.0: Force all dialogue backgrounds to white, and make editing Substitute, Latitude & Longitude more responsive. V2.9: Optionally auto-detects previously edited Manual Locations, also allows Geocode Plot/Map All/Some to escape at Quota Warning message. V2.8: New Manual statistics class of Location, revised Geocode Plot All Locations button, new Geocode Plot Some Locations button, revised Next Plotted / Uplotted, etc buttons, plus other small changes. V2.7: Translates any delimited Country/State/Chapman/County Code into full name before submitting to Geocoder, plus other minor updates. V2.6: Fixes Not enough memory for big _nameindex.html, sets popup quota warning on all Plot/Map buttons, plus other minor updates. V2.5: Corrects missing web page links when no See also section, and adds popup quota warning about exceeding 2,500 plots per 24 hours. V2.4: Checks map file belongs to chosen Individual, adds Region Bias Code option, uses bell blob for newline. V2.3: Improved Maps & GUI, default Zoom only set on Preferences tab, multi-plot maps on Create Maps tab, minor bug fixes. V2.2: Redesigned GUI, colour coded tree lists & statistics, zoom set from Google Map, better map Markers, more bug fixes & code revisions. V2.1: Loads faster, resizeable main GUI, trees replace drop-down lists, better tool-tips, bigger Google Map pane, bug fixes & code revisions. V2.0: New GUI with tabs, progress bars, and embedded HTML Google Map, plus Google Geocoder API, bug fixes & code revisions. V1.1: Improved version with fhSleep(), Interface Font option, and Knowledge Base Help. V1.0: Initial version using HTML Application (HTA) for Google Maps Geocoder Service.
  • Marriage Length Report V1.0 (16 Jan 2013) By Jane Taubman. Reports Families with marriage dates, calculating the Marriage length taking into account, deaths of partners and divorce. Please note where there are . . . no death dates, Estimated Death values are used and can result in long marriages.
  • Migrate Census Family to Individual Events V1.0 (26 May 2017) By Mike Tate. This Plugin is aimed at Projects imported from other products that use Census (family) Events, where it may be desirable to convert them to two . . . Individual Census Events instead. The separate Individual Census Events with a common Source Citation are better supported, as explained in the FHUG Knowledge Base Recording Census Records. See the Give Witnesses Their Own Facts Plugin that may need to be run first. Before running the Plugin, ensure there is a suitable backup in case the changes are unsatisfactory, e.g. use File > Backup/Restore > Small Backup.
  • Migrate Place Long Lat to Place Records V1.0 (6 Jul 2020) By Jane Taubman. This plug in copies any Gedcom 5.5.1 Longitude and Latitude values from Event Place fields to Place records. Note it overwrites any existing values . . . for Fact places which have values. It is mainly used when moving from programs such as Family Tree Maker which store the values against the fact when the Gedcom is created. If there are different values with the same place name the last one found will be the one which is used. Examples from FTM have never shown this to occur.
  • Move Local Media to Media Records V1.0 (8 Mar 2019) By Mike Tate. Moves all Local Media Objects (LMO) to Media Records that are much better supported by Family Historian. GEDCOM 5.5 structures are allowed, but NOT . . . GEDCOM 5.5.1. It excludes any LMO that conform to the Sort Date format. It includes LMO in invalid positions registered as UDF, but relocates them to the parent item, e.g. an LMO on an Address will become a Media record linked to the parent Fact. If multiple LMO have identical values, such as the same File path, then only one shared Media record is created. If most other Media files are in the Project Media folder, then each LMO file is copied there too, leaving the original behind. Invalid data will move to Custom Id in the Media record.
  • Multifact V1.9.1 (23 Dec 2019) By Helen Wright. There are some occasions on which it would be really useful to be able to create one or more facts for a one or more individuals using the same source . . . and some shared data. Ancestral Sources does this for the most common source types, but there are sources it doesn't handle. For example: - You have a passenger list and want to create an Emigration fact for all the members of a family, with the same source citation details, and some common fact details (e.g.departure and arrival places, date, a note about the ship they travelled on...) - You have an electoral roll and want to create a Residence fact for all those living at the same address, again with the same source citation details and with a common date, place and address. - You have a military service record and want to create a number of facts for the same individual (service number, enlistment, ....). In this case the source citation details may not all be the same (e.g. where in source will vary) and the fact details will all be different, but it might still be convenient to create all the facts at once before going in to edit the specific details for each one). Yes, it's possible to achieve the same thing using Autosource citation, and copying and pasting facts, but sometimes that's a lot of work and prone to missing something/somebody. The Multifact plugin (attached) allows you to choose a single (existing) Source and optionally fill in some or all citation details for it; one or more Individuals; and one or more Fact types. You can then specify some all or no common fact details (date, age, place, etc.) and create a set of identical facts for all the individuals selected. The plugin keeps an on-screen log of all the facts you've created, so you can make several batches without exiting the plugin but keep track of what you have and haven't done. And when you do exit the plugin, the facts created are presented in FH ready for further editing (not everyone will have the same age at emigration, for example, so you will need to add age to each individual emigration fact.) If you have a problem with the plugin please contact me via my 'author link'
  • Notes List for Individual V1.1 (2 Apr 2012) By Peter Richmond. Lists all Notes linked to a selected Individual. Works best if Added to Tools Menu. Then select an Individual (in Focus or Records window or Diagram) . . . and click on the entry in the Tools Menu.
  • Occupations Per Census Year and Gender V1.4 (3 Nov 2014) By Mike Tate. Creates a Result Set of counts of Occupations for each Census Year and Gender derived from your GEDCOM. Supersedes and improves Occupations Per Census . . . Year Plugin by supporting Occupation Date Ranges & Periods and checking that the Individual has a Census Event in the relevant Year.
  • Order Facts by Sort Date V1.1 (4 Sep 2018) By Mike Tate. Sort all Facts according to their Sort Date. Any missing Sort Date may be derived from a GEDCOM _SDATE, Note "Sort Date:", actual Fact Date, synthetic . . . date, etc. Allows Sort Dates to be imported from products such as TMG and exported to products such as GedSite via the Export Gedcom File Plugin. See Order Facts by Sort Date Plugin for further Help and Advice. V1.1: Fix DicGed typo, and update library modules. V1.0: First published version.
  • Place Summary Report V1.0 (28 Feb 2012) By Peter Richmond. Counts and Lists All Places in the File. Similar to FH Standard report "Data - Places" but: (a) Place parts can be reversed before sorting. (b) Count . . . is to the left of the Place.
  • Plugin Renamer V1.0 (5 Jul 2012) By Jane Taubman. Renames plugins removing underlines from plugin names, to deal with problems caused by IE8 replacing spaces with underlines when downloading under . . . windows 7. Once run all plugins will have no underlines in them and can be updated using the Plugin "Check Installed Plugins Against The Store".
  • Possible Problem Report V1.0 (11 Aug 2011) By Jane Taubman.

    Lists all Possible Date Problems, similar the standard Fact Date Warning Query,
    but ignores those facts marked using Possible Problem Marker Plugin.

  • Possible Problem Set Ignore Report Markers V1.1 (18 May 2012) By Jane Taubman. Companion to Possible Problem report, this allows Events to be marked as "Ignore" so that they are not listed on the Possible Problem Report. 1.1 . . . Correct Source details and version ID
  • Prune Twin CR From Plugin V1.0 (21 Nov 2014) By Mike Tate.

    Replaces any double Carriage Return characters with a single Carriage Return to prevent Plugin Debug misunderstanding line numbers.

  • Quick Family Facts V1.1 (6 Sep 2017) By Mike Tate. Displays a pop-up summary of close relatives & events for any chosen person. Useful for matching names when reviewing Census and Electoral . . . records, etc. If added to the Tools menu, can be invoked with Alt T Q shortcut. V1.1: Optional [Rec Id] for each family & person, improved formatting, avoids duplicated partners, and renames Root Person as Family Root. V1.0: Initial published version with options for text font size and events to include.
  • Rearrange Address and Place Parts V1.5 (7 Mar 2019) By Mike Tate. Allows any Address and Place comma separated column parts to be re-arranged by mapping any source part to any target part. Any Address part that . . . duplicates a Place part may be enclosed in [[privacy]] brackets to hide them in Reports. Otherwise, any Address part that duplicates a Place part, or Place part that duplicates an Address part, may be erased. It also allows the Address or Place fields to be right or left justified. V1.5: Repair the Help and Advice page broken links. Colour Output Column Part when a non-default Input Column Part is chosen. Allow Input Filter list to Sort by Address as well as Sort by Place. V1.4: Allows Input Filter to be preselected from Place records in FH V6. V1.3: Bug fix for deleting blank Place/Address fields. V1.2: Bug fix for Input Filter display problem. V1.1: Allows duplicated parts to be erased, handles complex mappings, and improves user interface. V1.0: Initial published version.
  • Relatedness Report (Genetic) V1.1 (18 Mar 2019) By Jane Taubman. Based on the percentages here: This version shows the ranges for the groups . . . over .4 percent. The table controlling the range values is right at the top of the source code if you want to try tweaking it. Please note this version does not take into account Adoptions or Step relationships correctly at this time as there is no easy way to detect them.
  • Replace Selected Source Citations V1.0 (27 Nov 2015) By Mike Tate. Allows a set of Source Citations to be selected by various criteria in order to replace their old Source Record with a new Source Record and . . . optionally delete various Source Citation fields. If a field contains box is left blank, then that matches all such fields.
  • Research Planner V2.0.1 (8 Dec 2019) By Helen Wright. Family Historian is an excellent program for recording the results of your Family History research, but it does not come with an inbuilt mechanism for . . . planning (or tracking) that research in a structured fashion, although there are many features you can take advantage of to do so. The Research Planner supports one approach to structured research planning and tracking. There are other approaches you may wish to consider, each with their own advantages and disadvantages, as documented at Planning and Tracking Your Research. If you're looking for a simple 'Jotter Pad' approach, Research Planner is not your solution. So, why use Research Planner? After all, Family History research is not rocket science – every genealogy researcher knows that. However, the process of: * Assessing what you already know about an individual * Determining what else you want to discover about them * Formulating a plan to discover new evidence * Executing that plan *Using any evidence found to update what you know can be surprisingly error-prone. You forget to search a particular source. You do it twice, and don't make a note of your exact search terms so you can't be sure if you need to do it yet again. You order the same birth certificate twice because you didn't make a note when you ordered it the first time, and it's still the wrong one second time around! You forget how to do that weird search you did 10 years ago for another individual, and for the life of you, you can't remember what website you used… And it's tedious to make a note to do all the standard searches for BMD when you'll remember it anyway. Usually. The Research Planner tries to make it easier to record what you intend to do, and how each search turned out, to avoid the common pitfalls as far as you can; to plan research activities based on past experience; and to keep track of your research activities. It allows you to plan and track your research Tasks either by using a custom Family Historian Fact (Attribute) or by using Family Historian Note records. It allows you to create custom tasks, optionally based on Templates that you have predefined; or to quickly create multiple standard tasks, again using templates. It supports Tags to identify Research Planner tasks, and Groups to associate related tasks; and provides a query that allows you to view tasks based on a flexible combination of filters. It is highly configurable, so you can choose what elements to use in your tasks and what to call them. It does not try to dictate methodology: you can plan and/or document your research in as much or as little detail as you like, and configure the plugin to support your approach. There is documentation at Research Planner if you want to understand more.
  • Search All Possible Names V1.5 (15 Aug 2013) By Jane Taubman. Search for individuals by specifying a given name, surname or both. A table of all matching individuals is returned with links to each record. All . . . recorded names for each person are checked. With women, both maiden names and husbands’ surnames are checked (unless the family record is flagged as ‘Unmarried Couple’ or ‘Never Married’). Matching a woman’s husband’s surname is done on the assumption that his surname is likely to be her married name. 1.2 If user cancels the prompt it now simply returns 1.2 Corrected incorrect operation where user presses enter rather than pressing the OK button. 1.3 Added option to search using basic soundex for both the name and surname. 1.4 Added Default values from the currently selected record if there is one 1.5 Fix identification of Secondary Names and a search of subfields for Nickname, Used Name and the Surname and Given Name subfields.
  • Search and Replace V3.0 (22 Jul 2019) By Mike Tate. Searches for any text, age, or date values within the current project, and allows them to be replaced by new values, with an optional confirmation at . . . each stage. On completion, all processed values are listed in a Result Set with links back to the record fields. V3.0: Rearranged Major Options tab sections more logically, plus Show/Hide White Space option, and Extra Filters tab Date fields option for LMO/Sort Date (~OBJE._DATE). V2.9: When a Media Linked File is replaced then similarly alter the actual Media File Path itself. Cater for FILE and FORM tags correctly. V2.8: New Select Records option for the Search Scope filter. V2.7: Format check & report for Import preset files, and other minor improvements. V2.6: Presets can be imported & exported. Initialisation progress bar for large projects. V2.5: Provides presets that allow multiple search & replace settings to be preserved for future use. V2.4: Supports FH V6 IUP 3.11.2 with Unicode and Place Records & Witness Roles. V2.3: New global Search Scope filter, and minor bug fixes. V2.2: Better support for Date Phrases. V2.1: Search and Replace allow tab & newline characters, simpler Major Options tab plus advanced Extra Filters tab, and improved search methods. V2.0: New options to choose fields plus other settings, Search ONLY mode added, complete makeover including sticky settings and online Help & Advice. V1.7: Add Date and Text Field Name related search & replace capability. V1.6: Add Data Reference details to the replace prompt for the context of the field being changed. V1.5: General Code Tidy (not published). V1.4: Add Whole Words search and Plain Text search to inhibit Lua Pattern characters. V1.3: Add Case Insensitive searching and Cancel or Close the window will abort the replaces, while still listing the changes made. V1.2: Change to provide a Skip button. Click the Close button on the window to cancel. V1.1: Add Skip box which can be selected to skip over a change and a Result Set which is shown at the end of all the items changed.
  • Search and Return Result Set V1.4 (4 Jun 2018) By Simon Orde. Search for a specified word or phrase in all text fields in the current project, with options to narrow the scope of the search. The matching fields . . . are listed in a table in the Query Window result set, with links back to each context of use (double-click on any Item to view it in the Property Box). V1.1 Corrected plugin title and fixed cancel problem. V1.2 Added Case insensitive searching. V1.3 Added Whole Word option and improve the message prompting. V1.4 Use prototype functions and fix issue with Case sensitive searching.
  • Search Siblings or Parents V1.0 (24 May 2014) By Jane Taubman. Allows a quick search for a Person where they have a Parent or Sibling with a selected given name. Half Siblings are also searched as are Step parents . . . when using the Parent option. The search produces a result set listing the matching people. Leave the second name blank list list all siblings or parents for the first person.
  • Set Missing Updated Timestamps V1.0 (4 Mar 2016) By Mike Tate. This simple Plugin sets any missing Updated time-stamps in any Records to the current date and time. This is useful where a Project has been imported . . . from an another genealogy product that does not use the Gedcom last CHANged time-stamp feature.
  • Show Project Statistics V2.1 (30 Apr 2020) By Mike Tate. This Plugin displays a summary of statistics for the Project, and reports any exceptional data. V2.1: Reports excessive number of Snapshot files, and . . . Tooltip fix for emulators. V2.0: New per Record and Fact counts of Media and Citations, new per Fact counts of Place and Address, now includes Names and Ordinations with Facts, new Data usage Totals, extra Date and UDF checks, and reduced run time. V1.9: Supports FH V6 IUP 3.11.2 with Unicode and Place Records plus new Relationship Pool counts. V1.8: Reports unusual Multimedia Formats & Frame Areas, and improves the user interface. V1.7: New Options tab to control which exceptions are reported and adjust the Earliest Date Year and Maximum Age Years. V1.6: Improved Result Set Item descriptions and minor bug fix. V1.5: Adds Max.Spouses count & Spouse link is duplicated report, extra Date warnings from =GetDataWarning() function, and improved Result Set Item descriptions. V1.4: Preserves Result Set from run to run, reports Permanent/Automatic Record Idents and Citation Entry Dates in future, adds the Cremation Event to the Facts tab, plus other minor updates. V1.3: Adds Idents Counts, revises Flags table, adds Result Set of Exception Reports, and other minor updates. V1.2: Corrects some Couples Counts & sorts Flags by Counts. V1.1: Adds Age At, Pool, Flags and other statistics. V1.0: First public version.
  • Sources List for Individual V1.1 (2 Apr 2012) By Peter Richmond. Lists all Sources linked to a selected Individual. Works best if Added to Tools Menu. Then select an Individual (in Focus or Records window or . . . Diagram) and click on the entry in the Tools Menu.
  • Surname Summary Report V1.2 (21 Feb 2013) By Jane Taubman.

    Counts and Lists All Surnames in the File.

    1.1 Added columns for earliest and latest dates.
    1.2 Added column for Soundex value

  • Timeline Chart V1.7 (21 Aug 2013) By Jane Taubman. Creates a web page containing a timeline to display the events of persons life. Can either create a temporary page to see the currently selected . . . person, or can select a group of people and create a whole set of pages for use on a web site. Uses SIMILE Widgets to display the time line which requires an active internet connection to operate, also due to restrictions in the security settings the pages will not work correctly in Chrome, which prevents downloaded applets from loading local files (when loaded on a web site Chrome will work). V1.7 Add Spouse Death to Timeline V1.6 Adjust Timeline to Window Size and update page link to new code on Smilie (thanks Mike) V1.5 Add Sibling Births and Deaths in the Lifetime V1.4 Fix problem with multiple page generation, change to use IE (.hta) as default viewer for single page view. V1.3 Fix issue with year only births, better support for extended character sets. V1.2 Use 2.3.1 SIMILE Widgets V1.1 Fix issue with multiple Families with Parents Deaths
  • Top 20 Surnames in Bar Chart Format V1.1 (19 Mar 2013) By Jane Taubman. Counts the number of occurrences of all primary name Surnames and shows the 20 most common as a bar chart. 1.1 Add option to combine Surnames using . . . Soundex and show a tree containing the surnames in each bar.
  • Trim Date And Text Fields V1.0 (21 Nov 2019) By Mike Tate. The purpose of this Plugin is to trim the contents of Date, Note, Address and Place fields prior to uploading a GEDCOM to an online website. The . . . objective is to hide details so that visitors to the online tree are encouraged to contact the owner to confirm matches and obtain the details. See the FHUG Help & Advice and Export to Website Without Sensitive Data advice for an example of use.
  • UDF List V1.0 (4 Jun 2018) By Simon Orde.

    Produces a Result Set Containing all the Unidentified Data Fields
    in the Gedcom. Along with their data references and the Records containing them.

  • Updated Last 7, 14, or 30 days All Record types V1.0 (26 Nov 2019) By David Simpson.

    Shows list of recently updated records.
    Option to choose record type - Individuals, Families, Multimedia, Notes.
    Then options of 7, 14, or 30 days.

  • Where Used Record Links V1.3 (26 May 2017) By Mike Tate. This provides a Result Set listing where Records are used, similar to the View > Record Links command, the Tools > Work with Data > Places . . . > Where Used button, and the List All Citations for a Selected Source Plugin. However, this Plugin supports all Record Types, for any selection of Records, and lists details of the explicit Where Used fields appropriate for the Record Type. If the same Record is used in the same place twice, the Data Ref Where Used is marked with an asterisk. See Where Used Record Links Plugin for further Help and Advice. V1.3: Adds detection of duplicate usage of the same record in the same place. V1.2: Adds Witness Role & Notes and correct Witness Citation details. V1.1: Adds Media counts, and improves the record search. V1.0: First published version.
  • Write Reg IE Shell Version V1.2 (8 Oct 2018) By Mike Tate. This affects the Internet Explorer Version used by Family Historian internal browser windows such as Web Search Windows, Map Windows, and Plugin Help . . . and Advice or Google Map windows. The default IE Shell Version may be 6 or 7 that does not support modern website features, and can be set to IE Version 9 or later. With FH V6 the IE Shell Version is often 11 that can have problems with some website features, and may be set to another IE Version. The Plugin reads and writes the Windows Registry, and for the change to take effect, FH must usually be opened by right-clicking its icon and choosing Run as administrator before running the Plugin, even in an Administrator account.