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Data Error 751: Separators in Nicknames

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Date: 10 Jul 2016
Location: Worldwidemap
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Description of Error - 751: Separators in Nicknames

In the Nickname field separators has been found that indicates an error.

Content of info column: Empty

Possible Causes


Action Steps

Correct the content in the field see Name Field Guidelines

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On 25 Feb 2018 at 09:43 GMT Aleš Trtnik wrote:

Actually all names in "" disappear on edit, so you have to retype them.

On 25 Feb 2018 at 05:43 GMT Steven Tibbetts wrote:

I have found the nickname field blank and yet it displays a nickname with double quotes on each end. I believe this is caused during a merge. Actually typing a nickname into the blank field seems to fix this.

On 11 Dec 2016 at 04:48 GMT Jim Smith wrote:

Hello, I am trying to clean up these errors, and am having trouble getting rid of the quote marks on nicknames. They don't show in the edit field.

Thanks for bringing these things to my attention. This also means I need to go thru my Roots Magic to clean it up and delete the old GEDCOM.

Jim Smith