The previous article described an approach to finding “unconnected people” in iFamily for Leopard. Keith Wilson, the creator of iFamily, commented on that article. He pointed out that there is a more direct way of getting a list of unconnected people. His directions were:
Over time, no matter how careful you have been, you’ll end up with relatives in your genealogy database that are not connected to any other person. These are called unconnected people in iFamily for Leopard. Fortunately, the software provides a way to identify them and then deal with them. Unfortunately, it isn’t as simple as it could be. I’d like to see People without Connections added to the People menu.