Another possibility is that particular credit card account is not correctly
configured as a liability account.
On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 3:35 PM, David Carlson <david.carlson....@gmail.com>
> One of the department stores that my wife shops at does not know how to
> correctly generate an OFX file from their website. That may be what is
> happening to you.
> David C
> On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 10:39 AM, dplank <em...@daveplank.com> wrote:
>> I have entries in my checking account for payments made to credit cards.
>> Usually, when I import the data and then select the credit card account in
>> the transfer column, it shows up as a payment when I look in the credit
>> account. That is not happening for one credit card account. Any
>> to get payments from a checking account to show as a transfer to a credit
>> card account. I am running GNUcash 2.6.5 on a Mac 10.8.2.
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