GEDKeeper program is developed for work with personal genealogical database.
The program is designed for extremely simple and intuitive interface. The program is very easy to install on the computer, fully supports the GEDCOM format, has no restrictions on the number of persons and generations, allows you to generate pedigrees, building several tree species, as well as print and save their images, provides fast navigation, filtering, searching and adding multimedia materials. In addition there is an output of geographic data on Google maps (© Google).
The aim of the program is as quick and effective means of conducting personal genealogical database.
Released version v2.17.0
- Fixed a logical error in the default records filtering method.
- Optimized data model to save memory when loading large files (over 100 MB).
- Updated German translation [Patrik Studer].
- FreeBSD port developed [Alexey Dokuchaev].
- Improved import from WikiTree.
- Updated Czech translation [Jerry Verner].
- Added the feature to interrupt some long-running functions.
- Temporary fix for maps output (OSM replaced with GoogleMaps).
- Fixed work of geocoders.
- Added option for dotted lines of adopted children in the diagrams.
- Editing dates in dialogs adapted to regional formats.
- Added optional warnings for closing editing dialogs with unsaved changes.
- Added configurable DepthLimit for complete tree [Milan Kosina].
- Optimized regex searching in "Selecting record" form.
- Fixed bug of second first names displayed in a readonly 'Patronymic' field.
- Added option to automatically correct the first capital letter in the names.
- Fixed bug when adding spouse to existing person.
- Improved import from Geni (tag _MARNM).
- Fixed bug during importing data from "MyHeritage Family Tree Builder" [Milan Kosina].
- Fix inconsistent error message when loading GedML file [Walter Rawley].
- Added display of marriage dates of parents in tree diagrams.
- Added call quick information about the person in the tree diagrams.
- Implements maximum number of backups for each revision backup [Milan Kosina].