Dennis Powless | 23 May 20:27 2015
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Ofx import

Is there a wiki or directions, step by step, for an ofx import.

I can't seem to find it on the site or docs....

I think this is my best option.

Dennis
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Divakar R. | 23 May 09:43 2015
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Mutual fund reinvestment option

Could someone advise what is wrong with the following transaction:

Income 600 from a mutual fund reinvested in the same fund at NAV of
32.7940 resulting in a balance increase of 18.296 units was recorded in
GnuCash (ver 2.6.1 on Ubuntu 14.04) as a split transaction as follows:

Assets:Investments:Mutual Fund:Fund_A: Shares 18.296, Price 32.7940, Tot
Buy 600
Income:Mutual Fund:Fund_A: Tot Sell 600

This results in the following errors:
1. The balance in Fund_A against the transaction is shown blank, the
18.296 units are not added to existing balance.
2. In the home screen, all future minimum and total values for the fund
are blank
3. Totals on home screen against the parent Mutual Fund account is also
shown blank.

Is there something I have missed? It seems simple enough to me - income
600 reinvested should raise balance by 18.296.

Thanks,
Divakar

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Amir Khatibzadeh | 22 May 18:25 2015
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using GnuCash android software

Hi

I have a question about the policy of using the GnuCash for android. I live
in Iran and it seems that GnuCash is not available for download in Iran.
Why is that?

is there any special usage policy to use GnuCash that does not meet for
people who live in Iran?
A freely licensed under the GNU GPL deny access!!!

i looked into http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_General_Public_License and i
could not find any terms or condition that grants this.

I wish it is a misunderstood situation and it is getting available to use.

Amir Khatibzadeh
Senior Software Developer
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Dennis Powless | 22 May 17:30 2015
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aqbanking

Im trying to set up the aq banking and the documentation is not the same as
the actual program.

I've got so far to the point of setting up the accounts. The docs say to
choose an option

In the OFX tab of the User Configuration, Click the "Supports Account List
Downloads" check box, and Click the "Get Accounts" button

But, I do not see this option.  How do I get it to do this?

I'm at a standstill.  I had this set up years ago and after several
machines and version of gnucash have never kept up on it.

Dennis
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, Gnucash 2.6.6
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John Ralls | 22 May 00:34 2015
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Re: Price editor sort by price broken


> On May 21, 2015, at 2:56 PM, Paul Salmon <paul.b.salmon <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Yes, deleting the -1/0 price fixes the sort order. So never mind then,
> this is a special case of that other issue.
> 
> I do wonder how these prices appear though. Totally mysterious, have
> to fish one out every couple of weeks.
> 

Thanks for following up, but please remember to copy the list on all replies.

Regards,
John Ralls

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Matt Humphreys | 21 May 05:17 2015
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Still frustrated

Well, I came real close to buying Quicken again.  Got very frustrated with
trying to import from OFX or QFX file formats.  Then bagged that and tried
importing CSV transactions.   This was also maddening until I realized that
to fix my problem I needed to first manually edit the CSV to take the "-"
signs out from in front of all of the withdrawal amounts, because GnuCash
seemed to make this a double negative and turned them into deposits when
trying to import, and obviously not finding matches for the few items that
were already entered.  Argh.  But now that I've learned that lesson maybe
things will be easier, I just wish the help files were more complete about
how to import items in various formats.

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Antonios | 21 May 00:19 2015
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Chase Sapphire Preferred...anyone have success?

I download data from Chase Sapphire and Chase Amazon Visa cards using
https://github.com/captin411/ofxclient

I have never had success connecting any accounts from within Gnucash.
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Donald Eugene Mines | 20 May 21:49 2015
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parsing error help

In trying to access my 2015 ledger file I get the following error message.

“there was an error parsing the file file:///Users/demadm/2015 <file:///Users/demadm/2015> Ledger.gnucash.”

I’m a Mac user, with OX 10.10.3 (Yosemite.  I need help in recovering this data ( no backup available) and
preventing this from happening again.   Your kind help is appreciated.

DM
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Wm | 20 May 22:21 2015
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ibus exit blues (with apologies to DickB for inspiration)

Let's start with a 12 bar and then

Guy called Dick Barmann
Checking out the news [1]
Found he had ibus ... exit blues

de doom de doom de doom de de daa

[fill in next verse]

[DickB] is free to say if this isn't fun for him, it just seemed bluesy 
to me.

[1] gnu+s

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Paul Salmon | 20 May 13:46 2015
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Price editor sort by price broken

When I sort several years' worth of exchange rates by price, I get
this weird sort order, see attached.

Is this a bug? Can it be fixed please?

P.S. If there's a way to convince GnuCash to show the rate as a
decimal and not a fraction, that would be great.
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Paul Salmon | 20 May 13:36 2015
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Weird -1/0 exchange rates appear from time to time

I can't figure out what causes this, but these entries find their way
into my GnuCash file from time to time. Here's one that appeared
within the last 30 days:

  <price>
    <price:id type="guid">d8925eb5c06f2bfa4287f7b25b315605</price:id>
    <price:commodity>
      <cmdty:space>ISO4217</cmdty:space>
      <cmdty:id>USD</cmdty:id>
    </price:commodity>
    <price:currency>
      <cmdty:space>ISO4217</cmdty:space>
      <cmdty:id>UAH</cmdty:id>
    </price:currency>
    <price:time>
      <ts:date>2012-05-27 00:00:00 +0300</ts:date>
    </price:time>
    <price:source>user:xfer-dialog</price:source>
    <price:value>-1/0</price:value>
  </price>

Most of the time the ts:date is a recent one, so this one is extra weird.

I notice it when my file is processed by a separate tool, which
(understandably, IMO) fails when it encounters this exchange rate.

Any ideas on how to stop this happening? Using v2.6.5 on Win7.
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