Idea: Quickly display/copy plaintext relation path between two individuals by ID numbers
Lately, to make my family history more meaningful and valuable, as well as to make it easier to find relations without searching my tree, I've been saving files for relatives with plaintext representations of how we're related (the path to our common ancestor for each of us). It often happens that I want to see this relation between two other individuals in my tree (neither of which are myself). Also, currently, while you can view the relation path to you and a common ancestor, you cannot copy and paste that path (you have to type it out manually).
Therefore, I suggest the following idea:
Add a feature where you can enter two ID numbers, and compare how those two individuals are related. If they are related, show a little copy button to press to copy the path, so you can paste it elsewhere. I suggest making the plaintext path that is copied look something like this (comparing how Rebecka James and Sarah Michaels are related, with John Appleton as their common ancestor):
John Appleton and Susy Smith
Jane Appleton and Ron James
Samuel James and Geneva Pool
John Appleton and Mary Agricola
Joan Appleton and Charles Justine
Anna Justine and Robert Michaels
Alternatively, I'd be decently happy if you just added a copy button to the current view relationship view, but the above would be preferable and more useful in research.
"Add a feature where you can enter two ID numbers, and compare how those two individuals are related."
There's a third-party site that can do that: Relative Finder.3