"Generally" how do you spell it?
A strange phrase "in general". As it is written, not everyone will understand. To write "generally that" is actually wrong. The correct option is "generally". The most melting will be to remove the particle "then" and use the word "in general". However, in colloquial speech, we often add to this word a particle of "then", and therefore the question arises of spelling the word "in general".
Let's recall the Russian language rule on spellingparticles with words, and it becomes clear that writing "generally" follows through a hyphen. By rule, such particles as: -or either, -we should write through a hyphen with all the words with which they are used. Therefore, the correct option: in fact.