Glad to hear that you got sorted. Back to trying to solve your reports date
issue - unless that was fixed by the upgrade?
On Saturday, 5 August 2017 00:41:44 BST Christine Maloney wrote:
> Hi Maf
> I followed your instructions and I am happy I have completely removed the
> memo and it works well now.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Maf. King [mailto:m...@chilwell.net]
> Sent: Friday, August 04, 2017 9:19 AM
> To: Christine Maloney <cmalon...@talktalk.net>
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: population
> Hi Christine,
> OK, so if you can see the "memo" boxes, then you are looking at a
> splits-view of the transaction. That's fine, I shall do the same and tell
> you exactly what I press to enter a new transaction in my bank account
> I use auto-split double line as my default view settings, and for this I've
> got Formal Account labels set, which I think you have too.
> From the Chart of Accounts view, I double-click to open my bank account
> register, and the view switches to show it.
> The Date field of a new transaction is already selected. I press minus
> twice to enter a transaction from 2 days ago.
> TAB -> num field. Leave blank.
> TAB -> Description field. Type TestTransaction TAB -> New Row, Notes field.
> Type TestNote (won't be visible in single line view)
> TAB -> New Row, Action field (was num, but the heading has changed) LEave
> Blank TAB -> 1st Memo. Type test1 TAB -> Account. Already shows bank
> account. leave it as is. TAB -> Debit. Leave blank
> TAB -> Credit. Type 1.00
> TAB -> New Row, Action. leave blank
> TAB -> Memo. Type test2
> TAB -> Account. Type Expenses
> TAB -> Debit already filled with 1.00. Leave it.
> TAB -> Credit. leave blank
> TAB -> new row, action, leave blank
> ENTER -> Transaction remains in bank account register in the correct place
> in date order.
> what happens if you follow the exact sequence above? If it differs, please
> explain clearly in terms like above, press such-and-such, click here etc.
> If you don't want to see the memo lines, then you'll have to go to the View
> Menu, and select "Basic Ledger", but if you ever need to enter a
> transaction with more than 2 splits, you'll see them anyway (all
> transactions in GC have at least 2 splits (to 2 accounts)).
> On Friday, 4 August 2017 00:14:39 BST Christine Maloney wrote:
> > I am not able to add anything to the credit/debit columns I can only
> > add entries to the memo lines which I do not even want there. The
> > version is
> > 2.6.17
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Maf. King [mailto:m...@chilwell.net]
> > Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2017 5:51 PM
> > To: email@example.com; Christine Maloney
> > <cmalon...@talktalk.net>
> > Subject: Re: population
> > On Thursday, 3 August 2017 17:01:22 BST Christine Maloney via
> > gnucash-user
> > wrote:
> > > When I add the small amount of £1.00 the system takes it in the memo
> > > entries, but when I press enter it disappears from the system.
> > Hi,
> > Only press Enter if you are ready to commit a transaction to the register.
> > Tab to move between all the various fields for data.
> > If you are putting a 1.00 in the memo, then what are you putting in
> > the transfer account and Credit/Debit/Deposit/Withdrawal etc columns?
> > Which version of GC have you installed, so as to be more stable than
> > what you had previously?
> > Maf.
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