GenealogyJ is a full-featured standalone Java application that can handle all of your genealogic information. It provides different graphical components for working on your family tree and is GEDCOM compliant. It requires a Java 1.4 Virtual Machine and runs on Windows / Mac / Linux.
|Tags||family Genealogy gedcom|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent Windows Linux Mac OS X|
|Translations||German Russian English Portuguese Polish Spanish French|
Release Notes: This version comes with a new MDI paradigm with all views in one workbench. All edit operations have been pulled into top level workbench actions to increase usability. Various usability features have been added: smaller file history, date entry, more drag-and-drop, and better representation of connectivity of persons. Editing now supports multiple media for individuals. Printing offers the option to print to sheet/scale. Screenshots can be generated in the application. Platform support was extended to a native Windows Vista/7 compatible installer as well as a Mac OS X compatible application.
Release Notes: Several UI components have been polished and enhanced with minor features (e.g. table show shortcuts, sorting by more than one column, more keyboard shortcute, more actions from context menus, and multiple selections throughout). Further support for Gedcom features has been added (e.g. ALIASes, adoptions, etc.). Performance in I/O has been greatly improved, and memory leaks fixed. A couple of reports have been reworked and new ones added.
Release Notes: This release addresses a major bug that made editing new dates impossible.
Release Notes: This release addresses a bug in 2.4 that made it fail on first but not subsequent startups. Some minor bugs have been fixed, and language files have been updated in French and German. Inconsistencies in the UI dealing with 'private' marked properties have been removed.
Release Notes: This release comes with new options and support for handling of Gedcom data. The UI usability has been improved, and new reports and views have been added.