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Offline londonscorpion

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Sources used to evidence different fact types
« on: Sunday 09 December 18 17:01 GMT (UK) »
I use the expression method of attaching Icons to my Diagram boxes and it has been working without fault until now. (Thank you Mike for teaching me that).

I have a burial fact for Individual A to which I have attached a gravestone source (together with media) which has a gravestone icon - all well and good: the diagram shows the gravestone icon.
BUT
that same source also contains the residence information for Individual B (e.g. A is daughter of B of Maidstone), and so I have created a Residence fact for Individual B linked to this same source  - NOT WELL AND GOOD because diagrams for Individual B also carry the gravestone icon when I do not have a burial fact for Individual B.

What are my options for correcting this problem?
Clark, Clarke, Batchelor, Diamond, Ruddick,
Yorkshire: Oaks, Denton, Sykes

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