Leister Productions Inc. has released Reunion 8, a major upgrade of their genealogy software. Reunion 8 includes over 100 new enhancements including native OS X support, according to Gregg Witmer of Leister Production.
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Chart editing has been completely revamped in Reunion 8. Objects in charts can be selected, aligned, grouped, layered, nudged, etc. There are new chart styles, a new tool palette, pictures in boxes, live preview and instant updating from the family card. Indexes and other lists can show the contents of up to eight fields simultaneously.
There are dynamic, flexible numbering systems. In addition to internally generated ID numbers, and user-defined ID numbers, Reunion will generate register, legal, and relative numbers automatically. You can display any of these numbers on the family card, and include them in reports and charts.
Other new features in Reunion 8 include: enhanced register reports, more ways to classify family members, multiple found lists, a new Source Usage report, expanded color palette, PNG picture file support, more accurate relationship descriptions, beefed-up Find features, smarter statistics, better date feasibility checking and much more.
Reunion 8 requires Mac OS 8.5 or higher. It has a street price of US$99 and an upgrade price of $59. When you buy Reunion 8, you receive one CD with Reunion for Mac OS X and Reunion for Mac OS 8.5 to 9.2.