I added a couple of new visible things to Behold.
The birth to death years are now shown in the Name Index which was a user request. I could add lots of information there, or none as I had it. But this seems the best compromise as it helps identify the person when there are several identically named people without going overboard and displaying too much information. You can turn the years off in the Organize->Report page if you don’t want it.
Now the Treeview shows the number of subentries under any entry if that entry can be expanded. This is something I’ve always wanted, and as it turns out, it was easy enough to sneak into this beta version.
Several bug fixes, but almost all the bugs now seem to be very specialized things that very few people will encounter. I’m still finding new “strangeness” in GEDCOMs that I’ve never seen before. Let me know if you’ve got any, and I’ll make sure Behold can handle it. I’ve still got my 600 test GEDCOM files to go through, so I’m sure I’ll find some more along the way.
You can find a list of all the changes for this version on the Behold History page.