Even if I have used Gramps for a while now I still have trouble with the logic behind how citations are displayed in the People Tree view.
I have a source/citation (in this case a church record) from which I can extract references to three different persons, one family (the same three persons) and three events.
In the People Tree view for one of the persons I have now seven instances of the same citation:
for the other two persons three instances each. Double clicking on any of these instances opens the same Citation window.
I somewhat understand that this multitude of instances has something to do with the actual number of references for each person, but if so I believe my main person should have five instances, not seven. But even if each one of the citation instances do point to its own reference I don’t really see the relevance of repeating just the citation seven times (in this particular case). Or is it something I have not understood? Or something I am doing absolutely wrong?