John Ralls | 18 Apr 15:31 2014
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Re: can't save files


On Apr 17, 2014, at 9:13 PM, Dan Mornin <dmornin <at> gmail.com> wrote:

> I did.  Should i send it again?
> On 18/04/2014, at 4:01 pm, John Ralls <jralls <at> ceridwen.us> wrote:
> 
>> 
>> On Apr 17, 2014, at 5:29 PM, Dan Mornin <dmornin <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>> 
>>> Dear GnuCash,
>>> 
>>> I’m attempting to use GnuCash on a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.9.1.  When I try to save a file I get the
following message:
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> What do I need to do?
>>> 
>> 
>> Something went wrong with the message. Did you try to paste in a screenshot?

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You can try, but if it didn't work the first time it probably won't the second, either. You could post it to
http://pastebin.com, or you could quote it in another message. 

Regards,
John Ralls

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Dan Mornin | 18 Apr 02:29 2014
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can't save files

Dear GnuCash,

I’m attempting to use GnuCash on a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.9.1.  When I try to save a file I get the
following message:

What do I need to do?

Cheers,

Dan Mornin
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Ekaterina Gerasimova | 18 Apr 00:20 2014
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Transaction report exchange rates

Hi all,

I've recently been working on some paperwork for filing corporate tax
in the US and the bookkeeper asked for a profit & loss report and then
for the same but with all the transactions listed as well.

I generated a transaction report for the latter, but the totals didn't
match up. Eventually, I figured out that the transaction report seemed
to be using an exchange rate that didn't match any of the options
which can be selected for the profit & loss report.

I'm using GnuCash 2.6.1 in which the transaction report does not have
an option to select which exchange rate to use, while the profit &
loss report does. Any recommendations on how to work around it?

For now, I figured out the exchange rate from the transaction report
and used that for the profit & loss (it's not significantly off from
the current exchange rate), but the numbers are still a few cents off
as the exchange rate setting does not have enough precision.

Does anyone know which exchange rate is used in transaction reports or
have any better suggestions for workarounds?

All the best,
Kat
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paulmichmat | 17 Apr 02:26 2014
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Split Transaction not Saving or Posting

I tab through Split transcation and at the enter press Enter or Select
"+Enter" button and I do not see any sign of the transaction i just worked
on.

Please help?

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Chris Henderson | 16 Apr 23:34 2014
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Adding total in the Accounts dashboard

Is there any way to select and add the total of, say 2 or 3 accounts in the
dashboard? E.g. I have $500 in a checking account and $1,000 in a savings
account and if I select these two accounts, GnuCash would tell me the total
is $1500.

Thanks.
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mlchal | 15 Apr 23:51 2014
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Getting transactions with Online Banking issue

Currently, I am using gnucash 2.6.3 on Fedora 20. I setup ofx connection to
our accounts at Bank of America.
After selecting Actions button and Get Transactions button, I get "The
Online Banking returned no transactions
for selected time period". But I can upload transactions using Get Balance
button.
I wonder, why is that.

Michal

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Bill Cassady | 16 Apr 00:14 2014
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Gnucash not finding help files/tutorial


Instead it mungs up a URL on external browser with error message
about browser can't read the code. 

gnupage:~$ gnucash --version
GnuCash 2.4.12
Built 2013-04-02 from r22850M

gnupage:~$ uname -a
Linux gnupage 3.8.0-26-generic #38-Ubuntu SMP Mon Jun 17 21:43:33 UTC 
2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

I've spent a lot of time tracing down gnucash's files in hopes of 
finding anything I recognize as configuration file to point gnucash to 
the proper files. Those files seem to be intact as proven by loading 
them manually into a browser -- but how to let gnucash where they are I 
haven't found.

Can you help ?

Thanks-
-Bill
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Maf. King | 16 Apr 11:19 2014
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Test message

Hi List,

Spam Assassin seems to be a bit over-zealous at the moment - this is a test 
message, if it gets through, sorry for the noise....

Maf.

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Ricardo Biloti | 15 Apr 22:12 2014
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Import transaction from CSV

Dear co-users of Gnucash

I'm used to import transaction from CSV files. However it is a bit tedious
to have to set the account for each transaction. I know Gnucash tries to
infer the proper account. However, many of them still have to be set
manually.

My question is if there is a way to inform as an additional field in the
CSV file the right account for each transaction.

Best regards,
R.Biloti
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Donald Muir | 15 Apr 21:57 2014
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Redundant copies of transaction splits in report


I entered a deceased person's stockholdings in a single Asset account called "Portfolio". He had 34
holdings, I entered a single transaction with 34 splits into the same account, like this:

Asset Account > Portfolio
     01  Invesco fund       Dr:  8,862.00
     02  Microsoft          Dr: 16,486.75
     ...
     34  County Water Co    Dr:  4,901.37
Asset Distribution Account              Cr: 347,050.28

The General Ledger report prints one copy of the entire transaction for each of the 34 splits, plus another
copy of the entire transaction in the Distribution account. That's 35 x 35 lines of print - another forest
gone and a pint of ink (it will stay electronic until I solve this problem).

Question 1:
     How do I restrict the report to a single line for each holding (split) in the Portfolio account ?

Question 2:
     How can I suppress the Total (Cr) lines from the Portfolio account (I only need it once, in the Distribution
Account) ?

It should end up like this:

Asset Account > Portfolio
     01  Invesco fund       Dr:  8,862.00
     02  Microsoft          Dr: 16,486.75
     ...
     34  County Water Co    Dr:  4,901.37

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Alex Aycinena | 15 Apr 19:34 2014
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Re: how to begin a new year

Agnes,

On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 9:04 AM, Ken Owen <mkenowen <at> bellsouth.net> wrote:

>  On 4/15/2014 10:52 AM, Alex Aycinena wrote:
>
> I don't know who you are or why you are writing to me with such a cryptic
> note out of the blue. I can only guess that it may have something to do
> with gnucash, since I am involved with that but you don't mention that, so,
> who knows?
>
>
> On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 7:59 AM, Ken Owen <mkenowen <at> bellsouth.net> wrote:
>
>> Please help me to start today (April 15) with my accounts that have 2013
>> data through today and only use the transactions of this year. I can filter
>> by date, but the reports show total for both years.
>> Thanks for your help
>> Agnes Owen
>>
>
>  Oh, sorry.
> Your name was the first on the documentation of gnucash.  I made an
> assumption.
> I appreciate your response-any thoughts would be helpful in restarting my
> accounts for 2014 w/o losing data up to today.
> Thanks
>
>  This is the second question I've received like this in the last few
days, with no context - probably for the same reason.
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