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    I figured out how to create sub-groups & how to add members in each subgroup; however even when I added the subgroups in the order they should be in, they do not display in the correct order? Presently my sub-groups are R-M269, R-S7019, R-BY17958, R-BY39564. This is actually the order they should be in, according to ages; for example we know that R-S7019 mutated 1492 or before, R-BY17958 mutated 1538-1672(5 different ancestors), R-BY39564 mutated between 1698-1759(3 ancestors). R-M269 is 25,000 yrs old and if men have not done snp testing at FTDNA or the Big Y then they are designated with this haplogroup.

    Anyways, is there a way I can get the subgroups to start at the top of the page with R-M269, then below R-S7019, then R-BY17958 then R-BY39564? Right now the order is showing R-BY17958, R-BY39564, R-M269, R-S7019. I will be adding new snp groups shortly, so I want to get this started correctly.

    Best regards, Douglas W. Fisher(Wells)
    Group admin "The Descendants of John Wells 1492"

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    Sub-Groups are displayed in alphanumeric order of the group name. Your results illustrates this.

    You might put a two digit number ahead of the group name, this would allow 99 sub-groups (01-99) or put a letter or two in front of the name. Yes it is a pain, but that is the way it works. You might want to leave gaps to be able to insert new groups

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jim Barrett View Post
      Sub-Groups are displayed in alphanumeric order of the group name. Your results illustrates this.

      You might put a two digit number ahead of the group name, this would allow 99 sub-groups (01-99) or put a letter or two in front of the name. Yes it is a pain, but that is the way it works. You might want to leave gaps to be able to insert new groups
      Thanks Jim. I will use the 01-99 in front of the group name, and leave gaps to be able to insert new groups.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jim Barrett View Post
        Sub-Groups are displayed in alphanumeric order of the group name. Your results illustrates this.

        You might put a two digit number ahead of the group name, this would allow 99 sub-groups (01-99) or put a letter or two in front of the name. Yes it is a pain, but that is the way it works. You might want to leave gaps to be able to insert new groups
        Took your advise, worked just fine.

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        • #5
          Glad it worked for you!

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