Bug ID: 394394
Summary: problems adding securities to investment accounts
Platform: Archlinux Packages
Target Milestone: ---
I'm getting some inconsistent behavior trying to add securities to investment
accounts. Created a new kmy file, with standard checking account, and two
investment accounts, each with associated default brokerage account. Go to one
of the investment accounts and try to buy shares. Tabbing out of the
"security" field, it asks if I want to create the security, I say yes, and go
through those few windows. I add the number of shares and cost, but the "save'
button remains disabled. If I look at the investments tab, it seems the
security HAS been created, and if I go back to the investment account, I CAN
buy some shares. If I go to the other investment account, I get the same
behavior - can't buy at first, but cancel and go back, and it's ok. However,
buying the same security in the second account never gives me the option to use
the already existing security with the same symbol. This problem has been
reported and fixed in the past, but it seems to be back, at least for me.
(Same behavior in 5.0.1 Arch linux package and git master on Gentoo.)
Can anyone else confirm this, or is it telling my I shouldn't be in the market?
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