The site offers easy way to print 4 Ancestors lists , numbered 1 to 127; I would like to be able to see the list numbered 1 to the very end of my tree. It then would be easy to find the close family link following the multiple/division by 2. Is that possible to do so and how? And if not, could it be developped?
For clarity: Gaston is asking about how to expand the Ahnen-numbered ancestor list e.g. http://www.wikitree.com/treewidget/Sample-6/9 which shows seven generations and 127 people.
This sounds like just the type of task I had in mind when I started the wikitree_tools project. http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:WikiTree_Enhancements
I believe some views on wikitree are limited in the number of generations to display so that the servers don't get overloaded. One workaround is to download the data to your local computer and work with it offline. I don't yet have a script to genrate a list as described above, but I do have some scripts that do similar things, so theoretically it shouldn't be difficult to adapt my code to generate what you are looking for. Of course, my scripts are aimed more at advanced computer users, so may not be the right answer for most users.
So I guess I don't have an answer for you yet, but if you're comfortable downloading your GEDCOM and running a python script, I could put together a script when I have a few spare minutes.