The <Misc> option is used for miscellaneous settings.


  <ReportValidationWarnings>       true </ReportValidationWarnings>  
  <ReportUnsupportedRecords>       true </ReportUnsupportedRecords>  
  <ReportUniqueWarningsOnly>      false </ReportUniqueWarningsOnly>  
  <ShowReliabilityAssessments>    false </ShowReliabilityAssessments>
  <ConvertReliabilityAssessments>  true </ConvertReliabilityAssessments>
  <AutoHyperlinkUrls>              true </AutoHyperlinkUrls>
  <AppendNicknames>                true </AppendNicknames>
  <HideIndividuals>               false </HideIndividuals>
  <HideRecordIds>                 false </HideRecordIds>


[ true ]
This option can be disabled to reduce the number of validation warnings displayed. Validation warnings should not prevent Gigatrees from parsing your GEDCOM file correctly.
[ true ]
Many vendors use non-standard GEDCOM tags for a variety of resons. Gigatrees supports thousands of vendor specific non-standard tags, but it does not support every one. If you do not want to see these warnings, disable this option.
[ true ]
During GEDCOM parsing, when a warning is generated, Gigatrees will by default supressed any subsequent similar warnings that differ only in that they occur on another line. Enabling this can result in hundreds of similar warnings being generated and filling the build log.
[ false ]
Reliability Assessments assessments are automatically determined for every claim in your database. Displaying these alongside every claim can and should be enabled. It is only disabled here because most users do not provide sources for individual claims (too bad!).
[ true ]
Reliability Assessments assessments are automatically converted back to Source Categories.
[ true ]
By default, Gigatrees will attempt to automatically setup URL links for stray URLs, that is, URLs that are not contained within an HTML anchor element ( <a> ), image element ( <img> ) or form elements ( <form> ). In order to create the hyperlink, the software looks to see if the URL is preceded by any of the following: ">, href=", href=', href=&quote;, src=", action=". If it is, it will not create the hyperlink, but since the HTML elements can be structured in various ways, it may accidentally embed a hyperlink inside an existing one, breaking the hyperlink. This option allows you to disable this feature.
[ false ]
Enable this option to append nicknames to names throughout.
[ false ]
Hides ALL individuals in a family tree.
[ false ]
Hides record Ids when it is appropriate to do so. When profile pages are disabled, the record id is shown in brackets before an individuals name. If you do not want this, enable this setting. This will also always hide record ids on indiviual profile pages and location pages. Source pages and source references use the id to create links, so they cannot be hidden.