there are many ways that and other options can be exercised.
the FH standard Fact Queries like All Facts.
the Knowledge Base for loads of advice…
under Sorting a Fact Query on Owner Surname
the Downloads for Fact Queries has many examples.
Once I realised I had to change the Query type to a "Fact"
query, I managed to get a list of events with that date so
thanks for that. I've also got it working with a Parameter
box so I can easily check any data I like.
However, I cannot seem to see a way of displaying the
relevant individual in a Column that the event "happened"
to. If I click on one of the results it takes me to the
relevant Individual's Property box but none of the Query
"Column" fields seem to offer a way of identifying the
person in the result set. Can this be done ??
On 16/12/2020 10:28, Mike Tate wrote:
must use a Fact Query with Row filter
=GetDisplayText(%FACT.DATE%, MIN) begins with 25 Dec
Out of curiosity, I wanted to see how many people in my
database had an "event" on 25 December (no specific
year). I tried to use the "Contains Text" query but that
only looks at data fields that are defined as Text fields.
Is there an equivalent that will look at any Date field.
I can do it in the raw Gedcom file if opened in a text
editor and using "Find" but it would be nice to be able to
do it with FH.