MacFamilyTree 4.2.2 is now available. One of the biggest changes is to the information window for person-related data. Improvements were made to the pedigree charts as well as status for LDS-events. It can be downloaded here. Continue reading
Sandy Knoll Software’s Metes and Bounds 1.3 for Mac OS X 10.1.5+, is now available. Metes and Bounds is basically a land mapping applications that turns metes and bounds data into a plot map. Genealogists might be able to us it for plotting cemeteries, homesteads, etc. Continue reading
In an update to Mellel 2.0, a Mac OS X word processor ( read about it here), Mellel 2.0.1 addresses a problem with running on older versions of Mac OS X – Mellel 2.0.1 will run on Mac OS X 10.2. Continue reading
There is a new release (beta) of MacFamilyTree out (Version 4.2.2 Beta). Continue reading
Mellel 2.0, the word processor from RedleX, has been released. Mellel is one of the leading word processors for Mac OS X, with a special focus on scholars, writers, technical writing and multilingual word processing. A lot of genealogists use it because of the above advertised features -if you’re writing formal genealogy documents/books, the formatting, footnote/endnote, citation, and layout features are a big plus. Version 2.0 is a major update, and requires Mac OS X 10.2.
The Mellel Spotlight Plugin is just that – a plugin for Mac OS X 10.4’s Spotlight, that makes Mellel documents searchable. Continue reading
There is a story up on the Deseret News about software that could allow people to generate websites with “fictional” family trees for advertising purposes. Hopefully most people don’t automatically accept what they see on the internet as being fact. Continue reading