These extra export Rules offer alternative Action options for advanced users. The set of Rules vary for each FH version.
These settings are remembered independently for the (+) Full Data and (-) Brief Data option of each GEDCOM Export Mode.
The initial default settings can be restored by using the Reset these … Options button, which only affects the settings shown.
Each Rule choice gives its Title with the custom tag involved, and the drop-list offers the alternative Actions available.
Tags with %u allow an upper case letter in that position, and those with %d allow any digit.
The tags starting with %d can apply to any level digit from 1 – 9 unless the name starts with an underscore ( _ ) then level 1 is excluded.
The tick options offer the following features:-
- Tidy Places & Addresses tidies comma & space separators in Place & Address fields
- Export Fact Definitions allows Tools > Fact Type definitions to be included in the GEDCOM
- Insert Synthetic Prefix governs the Ω (ZZ) prefix on synthesised Events and Records
- Avoid Repeat Captions omits duplicate Link/Note Caption Note text in Media Records
Templated Source Options
Templated source citation conversion is governed by the Source Template 1 _SRCT: setting.
- Move to Note Record ~ Each Source Template becomes a linked Note record. Each Source & Citation metafield becomes a labelled local Note entry, and any Source record Repository metafield also becomes a generic Repository link.
- Remove entirely ~ Each Source Template and each Source & Citation metafield are deleted completely.
- Keep Source Template ~ Each Source Template and each Source & Citation metafield are retained unaltered.
- Reformat Metafields ~ The Move to Note Record conversion above applies. Each Source generic Title is moved to the generic Short Title and the Footnote plain text becomes the generic Title.
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