It is far easier for the OP simply to click the “Close” button (which continues
starting GnuCash, but without loading the missing file) and then using the
GnuCash File->Open command to locate their file.
> On Feb 3, 2018, at 11:10 AM, Rick Copple <r...@copplecleaningservice.com>
> On 02/02/2018 07:57 PM, Lorrie E Clemens wrote:
>> I have had this problem before and someone was able to help. I have loaded
>> Gnucash onto my hard drive. That was the previous fix. But every time I try
>> to open it up I get “the file URI/Users/Lorrie/Desktop/imbalance .gnucash
>> could not be found”
>> How do I get into my file?
> I should add that in Windows, if your path doesn't contain the folder the
> program is in, you'll have to either add the path or navigate to the
> directory where it resides at or include the complete path in your run
> statement. On my Win10 Surface Pro, it put it in "c:\Program Files
> (x86)/gnucash/gnucash.exe" --nofile
> Rick Copple
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