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    Topic:   Additional married surnames  

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      macalter
      macalter
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      551 posts

      Wondering if it’s possible to have a “+” beside the Married Surname field to add additional names then do one save, rather than having to save after each one? Per example below:

      married-surname

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      Kiwitrees:
      "A-D connections 3.3.1"
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      [updated: 07 Oct 2017]

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      kiwi
      kiwi
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      1595 posts

      It might be possible, and at least on first consideration sounds like a good idea. I have (briefly) wondered the same myself in the past. It’s one of those small things that rarely matter, but when the need appears it seems so logical.

      I won’t be able to look at it properly until after the forthcoming release though, but have made a note for myself to follow up.

      I think there should be an easier option than the “+” though. Perhaps simply a new blank field created each time you enter something in the existing field and exit that field. That should be possible with JavaScript.

      I wonder if there are other places a similar feature would help?

      Nigel
      My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info
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