Blue and Red Triangle symbols on the family tree?

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I've just noticed on my family tree view, several of my ancestors have little red and/or blue triangles by their names next to the link to their descendents list... Just curious... wassat? -P Rich
in The Tree House by Phillip Rich G2G6 Mach 4 (43.9k points)
I asked if these could be added to indicate further ancestors and WikiTree programmers have added them now. Now you don't have to look up a tree in the 5th generation of ancestors and find nothing there. The blue (for father) and red (for mother) indicate there is at least one ancestor. Very helpful for navigating your tree.
I agree, now that I know what they are...I just noticed them and couldn't find an explanation for them anywhere. Thank You for you great explanation, AND the great suggestion that gave reason for the the question. LOL
(you know, if this was an answer instead of a comment, I'd probably go so far as to declare it the "best answer" but alas...no points for comments...;-)
-P Rich
hahahaha....thanks for the support.

1 Answer

+6 votes

more treemore tree  if  it is these  it means there are more ancestors available on that branch

 
more tree male more tree female 
by Jacqueline Clark G2G6 Pilot (159k points)

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