David Goodenough | 30 May 12:45 2016
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How do I add an email column to the customer list?

I want to make sure that I have email addresses for all my customers,
so having it on the customer list would be useful so that I can check
that all the entries are complete.

David
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Jim Vincent | 30 May 01:14 2016
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Program crash after editing security price.


GnuCash crashes after editing security price with the security price editor.
It crashes when clicking OK. One error message is attached. The other is
above (from debugging with Visual Studio). This occurs whether editing a
price for a security already listed in the price editor, or when adding a
new price.

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Jim Vincent | 29 May 22:53 2016
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Advance portfolio

Roy -

Although I have used GnuCash for only a short while - I been working
extensively with my portfolio. Give me an example of your problem, and I
will see if I have an answer.

(use Windows snipping tool to get the example, if you can.)

Jim Vincent

Message5: Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 07:29:27 +0200

From: Roy Hammerstr?m <roy.hammerstrom <at> outlook.com
<mailto:roy.hammerstrom <at> outlook.com> >

To: gnucash-user <at> gnucash.org <mailto:gnucash-user <at> gnucash.org> 

Subject: Advanced portfolio

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Hi everyone

I just wonder if anyone can give me a little hand.

When I look at the reports for the value of my stocks in Gnucash in the
advanced portfolio report, the value is totally wrong, even though the stock
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Roy Hammerstrøm | 29 May 07:29 2016

Advanced portfolio

Hi everyone

I just wonder if anyone can give me a little hand.
When I look at the reports for the value of my stocks in Gnucash in the
advanced portfolio report, the value is totally wrong, even though the
stock price is updated with today's price and the buying pris is right. As
far as I can se, the exchange rate, stock price etc is all up to date, but
it seems that Gnucash dosn't calculate the correct value for the shares.
Any idea where I can seek help or what I can do to get i fixed?

Kind regards, Roy
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Paul Kinzelman | 29 May 04:19 2016

importing QIF

I know I can do it that way, but remember, I have a "yuge" database, the biggest
and best database in the world, nobody has databases like I do. :-)

But seriously, it's pretty big (QIF > 2Mb) and yes, I could do that, but it's a
lot of work given how many categories I have in my Quicken database,
and being as how I'm an engineer, I'll spend weeks to elegantly solve a problem
that I could brute force in an hour. :-)

 From Dave Carlson:
Hi Paul,If the importer creates the account House, and you want it to be Expenses:House in GC, then from the
"Chart of Accounts" view, you can easily move accounts around in the tree.  Just right click on the account
you wish to move, and then hit "Edit Account" from the pop-up menu.

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John Ralls | 28 May 22:15 2016
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Re: Seg fault while writing file


> On May 28, 2016, at 11:32 AM, John David Ravenscroft <j.ravenscroft <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> I'm having a seg fault crash while writing to file. Reproducible every
> time. Version 2.6.12. Linux mint 17.2. Trace below.
> 
> Any help greatfuly appreciated.
> 

Ah, that's a much more useful stack trace. Looks like it's trying to check the type of a NULL ptr. Try running
gnucash from the command line with the --debug option and then look at the end of the tracefile [1] to see
what it was trying to save.

Regards,
John Ralls

[1] http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Tracefile

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John David Ravenscroft | 28 May 20:32 2016
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Seg fault while writing file

Hi all,

I'm having a seg fault crash while writing to file. Reproducible every
time. Version 2.6.12. Linux mint 17.2. Trace below.

Any help greatfuly appreciated.

Thanks,

John

Reading symbols from gnucash...(no debugging symbols found)...done.
(gdb) run
Starting program: /usr/bin/gnucash
[Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
Using host libthread_db library "/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libthread_db.so.1".
[New Thread 0x7fffdd1fd700 (LWP 13152)]
[New Thread 0x7fffdc9fc700 (LWP 13153)]
[New Thread 0x7fffca0bf700 (LWP 13156)]
Found Finance::Quote version 1.18
[New Thread 0x7fffc8c04700 (LWP 13157)]
[Thread 0x7fffc8c04700 (LWP 13157) exited]
[New Thread 0x7fffc8c04700 (LWP 13162)]

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x00007ffff3ac034c in g_type_check_instance_cast () from
/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgobject-2.0.so.0
(gdb) bt
#0  0x00007ffff3ac034c in g_type_check_instance_cast () from
/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgobject-2.0.so.0
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david.carlson.417@gmail.com | 28 May 18:02 2016
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Fw: importing QIF


Sent from my LG G Pad 7.0 LTE, an AT&T 4G LTE tablet

------ Original message------From: david.carlson.417 <at> gmail.com Date: Sat, May 28, 2016 10:37 AMTo:
user <at> gnucash.org;Subject:Fw: importing QIF
    Continuing...  Tablet doesn't like me
That was supposed to be new account wizard...  Start little with a few accounts.  As Maf stated when you
import GnuCash will allow new accounts to be created or allow matching to existing accounts.  The latter
comes in handy to improve details like spelling too.
David C
Sent from my LG G Pad 7.0 LTE, an AT&T 4G LTE tablet
------ Original message------From: david.carlson.417 <at> gmail.com Date: Sat, May 28, 2016 10:25 AMTo:
maf <at> chilwell.net;gnucash-user <at> gnucash.org;paul <at> kinzelman.com;Subject:Re: importing QIF
    Paul,
Try starting with the need account wizard in a new data file to Create a chart of accounts similar To what
you had in QuickenSent from my LG G Pad 7.0 LTE, an AT&T 4G LTE tablet
------ Original message------From: Maf. KingDate: Sat, May 28, 2016 2:18 AMTo:
gnucash-user <at> gnucash.org;paul <at> kinzelman.com;Subject:Re: importing QIF
Hi Paul,If the importer creates the account House, and you want it to be Expenses:House in GC, then from the
"Chart of Accounts" view, you can easily move accounts around in the tree.  Just right click on the account
you wish to move, and then hit "Edit Account" from the pop-up menu.  Towards the bottom of that dialogue box,
you can set the Type to Expense and set Parent to whatever you want.HTH,Maf.On Friday, 27 May 2016 18:11:59
BST Paul Kinzelman wrote:> I'm trying to import a large QIF file from my Quicken, and one> inconvenient
thing> is that GnuCash does not recognize many accounts as being expense accounts> because it does not
group them under the parent account 'Expenses'.> > For instance, my Quicken categories 'House:Garden'
and 'House:Household' are> both recognized as subaccounts under 'House' in Gnucash, but neither are>
put under the parent 'Expenses' as is suggested in the setup. I've looked> at the> QIF file, but it's not
obvious to me how to put a Category under a parent by> direct editing the QIF file.> > Can anybody suggest a
way to put the 'House' Category> in Quicken under a (new) parent account 'Expenses' in GnuCash? I figured>
that> editing the QIF file might be easier than all the mouse clicks necessary to> do this to all my Quicken
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A.J. Bonnema | 28 May 14:56 2016
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Red line on OFX input

Hi all,

I have been using Gnucash for quite some time now (started around 2010) 
and for one thing the meaning eludes me. I wonder if anyone understands 
the significance. The problem is a red line in the processing of the 
input. I get to this line as follows:

1. I import from the Rabo bank using CSV.

2. I convert the csv to OFX using a script of my own (Python).

3. I always import from 1st of January till current date. Due to the 
nature of FITID I normally have no problems. I make sure they are different.

4. I use Gnucash/import/OFX to import the file.

Usually I get at least one line that is turned off for automatic import 
and is completely red. I included a screenprint. The data is real, but 
not sensitive. I have never discovered anything special about the line. 
It is never a duplicate and I really have no idea why I shouldn't import 
it. Usually I just tick the "A" column and import it anyway.

Can anyone help me interpret this line: what does it mean?

Kind regards, Guus Bonnema.

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Nildo ... | 26 May 14:51 2016
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Contact about GnuCash from Brazil

Good day,
Dear Developers ,

Please give me more information about performance this software for my application.
I have a little enterprise of sale of natural product and I need improve my control of flux of sales and acess
of saler online of your orders, but I need of some changes in screen and report.
Could you help me with this developed for my application of sale?

Best regards, 

Jose Nildo Trindade Costa  

Supervisor Técnico
Tecnical Manager - Electric Engineer 

NUTRIAMAZON  

COMÉRCIO E SERVIÇOS LTDA
Tv.Nove de Janeiro,n2383 Bloco D -801
CEP: 66060-585 São Bras Belém PA BrasilT:+55(91)32161058 M: +55(91)98448 1313
SKYPE: jnildocosta 		 	   		  
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Paul Kinzelman | 28 May 02:11 2016

importing QIF

I'm trying to import a large QIF file from my Quicken, and one 
inconvenient thing
is that GnuCash does not recognize many accounts as being expense accounts
because it does not group them under the parent account 'Expenses'.

For instance, my Quicken categories 'House:Garden' and 'House:Household' are
both recognized as subaccounts under 'House' in Gnucash, but neither are
put under the parent 'Expenses' as is suggested in the setup. I've 
looked at the
QIF file, but it's not obvious to me how to put a Category under a parent by
direct editing the QIF file.

Can anybody suggest a way to put the 'House' Category
in Quicken under a (new) parent account 'Expenses' in GnuCash? I figured 
that
editing the QIF file might be easier than all the mouse clicks necessary to
do this to all my Quicken expense categories when imported into GnuCash.
TIA!

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