Re: [GNC] gnucash 3.0 crashes opening accounts file

2018-04-12 Thread vcorreze
Hi, Same error here. I have 3 different gnucash files. The 3 open flawlessly in gnucash 2.6.20, even with reports active. Only one of them is subject to the bug. I verified all that file in 2.6.20 before upgrade (action ==> verify and repair ==> all) and closed every window except accounts.

Re: [GNC] Addition of Mailing List Subject Prefix

2018-04-12 Thread Saša Janiška
William Bixby writes: > I'm surprised at the objections, as my experience is that mail lists > adding the list ID in the subject is the 'norm' and very common. The > few, like gnucash was, that don't are the outlier. I follow about 20 mailing lists and gnucash-users is the only

[GNC] FINANCIAL STATEMENT COLUMNS

2018-04-12 Thread tino mateka
Hi How do I put my financials for different months in different columns under one aggregated financial statement. Tinotenda Mateka ___ gnucash-user mailing list gnucash-user@gnucash.org To update your subscription preferences or to unsubscribe:

Re: [GNC] 2.6.21???

2018-04-12 Thread nor via gnucash-user
Jon,I installed 2.6.21 and works fine. I saved data file in XML default format. Thereafter, I installed ver. 3.0 as usual and tried to open the saved data file. But it resulted in crash. Attaching the snap shot for your review.nor GNC_Crash_Snapshot.JPG

Re: [GNC] FINANCIAL STATEMENT COLUMNS

2018-04-12 Thread Mike or Penny Novack
On 4/11/2018 10:13 AM, tino mateka wrote: Hi How do I put my financials for different months in different columns under one aggregated financial statement. Tinotenda Mateka Well I can describe how I do it. Not different months in my case, but consecutive years, because that is how

Re: [GNC] Addition of Mailing List Subject Prefix

2018-04-12 Thread George Riner
I also am subscribed to about 20 email lists and Gnucash was the only one that did *not* have bracketed tag in the subject line. : George -- -- -- Sent by Droid. On April 12, 2018 1:34:08 AM PDT, "Saša Janiška" wrote: >William Bixby writes: > >> I'm

Re: [GNC] Addition of Mailing List Subject Prefix

2018-04-12 Thread Alain Williams
On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 07:14:36AM -0700, George Riner wrote: > I also am subscribed to about 20 email lists and Gnucash was the only one > that did *not* have bracketed tag in the subject line. +1 -- Alain Williams Linux/GNU Consultant - Mail systems, Web sites, Networking, Programmer, IT

Re: [GNC] gnucash-user Digest, Vol 181, Issue 62

2018-04-12 Thread Fross, Michael
100% agreed. RSS is fantastic for keeping up with feeds. I do like the mailing list as well, however. On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 11:17 AM, Elmar wrote: > If this does go to a web forum, it would be good to have an RSS feed for > the individual emails. The digest keeps the

Re: [GNC] find AND REPLACE?

2018-04-12 Thread Glenn Bordonada via gnucash-user
Pardon a naive question from a newbie. I noted that I can save my .gnucash file into .xml file which I can edit with a text editor or write text processing programs to extract the data in various ways. Can anybody tell me what are the pros and cons for such a change? Regards,Glenn On

Re: [GNC] gnucash-user Digest, Vol 181, Issue 62

2018-04-12 Thread Elmar
If this does go to a web forum, it would be good to have an RSS feed for the individual emails.  The digest keeps the inbox level down, but shifting to an RSS feeder is often much more convenient for things like this, imho. - Elmar On 04/12/2018 12:00 PM, gnucash-user-requ...@gnucash.org

Re: [GNC] Addition of Mailing List Subject Prefix

2018-04-12 Thread Saša Janiška
George Riner writes: > I also am subscribed to about 20 email lists and Gnucash was the only > one that did *not* have bracketed tag in the subject line. I still haven't seen list of mailing clients which are *not* capable to perform filtering by List-Id and if it is

Re: [GNC] find AND REPLACE?

2018-04-12 Thread David Carlson
The simplest answer is: 1. it is incredibly easy to break the file so that GnuCash cannot read it. 2. A large part of the file is obfuscated by using tokens instead clear text so cross references are really difficult to follow. David C On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 12:47 PM, Glenn Bordonada via

Re: [GNC] gnucash-user Digest, Vol 181, Issue 62

2018-04-12 Thread Adonay Felipe Nogueira
2018-04-12T12:17:40-0400 Elmar wrote: > If this does go to a web forum, it would be good to have an RSS feed > for the individual emails.  The digest keeps the inbox level down, but > shifting to an RSS feeder is often much more convenient for things > like this, imho. I do get the general idea

Re: [GNC] find AND REPLACE?

2018-04-12 Thread C M Reinehr
I'm still a novice at GnuCash but from previous discussions I do not believe that there is a global find and replace utility. But two ideas come to mind. If your file format is XML, isn't that a text file? If it is, you could use a text editor ('vi' if you're on Linux) to do a global search &

Re: [GNC] "No suitable backend was found" when trying to open file in 3.0

2018-04-12 Thread Adrien Monteleone
Check the archives of this list this month. There are several posts about this and at least 2 of them have a very likely solution. You probably just need to edit the environment file. Regards, Adrien > On Apr 12, 2018, at 5:29 PM, Jeremy Doran wrote: > > Hello, > > I just

[GNC] Online Banking

2018-04-12 Thread Steve Cohen
In GnuCash 3.0, I tried to enable online banking in accessing https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Setting_up_OFXDirectConnect_in_GnuCash_2 (I had previous made an unsuccessful attempt to do this with 2.6.x). The first thing I found was that after launching Tools --> Online Banking Setup, I got a popup

Re: [GNC] gnucash 3.0 crashes opening accounts file

2018-04-12 Thread Vincent Corrèze
The path is E:\Utilisateurs\MyName\Dropbox\Private\Finances\MyInvest\Compta Invest\Investnameyear.gnucash (real name edited, mesured 102 char long) Regards, Vincent Corrèze Vincent Corrèze 2018-04-12 17:22 GMT+02:00 John Ralls : > > > > On Apr 12, 2018, at 2:09 AM,

Re: [GNC] Addition of Mailing List Subject Prefix

2018-04-12 Thread Dave H
Gour, There is one at Nabble - http://gnucash.1415818.n4.nabble.com/ ? Cheers Dave H. On 13 April 2018 at 01:57, Saša Janiška wrote: > George Riner writes: > > > I also am subscribed to about 20 email lists and Gnucash was the only > > one that did

Re: [GNC] New User Want to Edit Estabished Checkbook Name

2018-04-12 Thread Dave H
Not sure what you mean by checkbook account here but if it's the name that shows up in the Accounts tab, highlight it and click the "Edit the Selected Account" icon which will display a popup form that you can edit the account name on. If it's your actual file, Save As works well :-) Cheers Dave

[GNC] New User Want to Edit Estabished Checkbook Name

2018-04-12 Thread Jack Stewart
I have begun using a GNUCash checkbook account. I now find the checkbook name which I used to be unsatisfactory and can see no way to edit or rename it. Do I have to trash it all and start over? Thank you ~Jack ___ gnucash-user mailing list

[GNC] "No suitable backend was found" when trying to open file in 3.0

2018-04-12 Thread Jeremy Doran
Hello, I just upgraded my version of GnuCash to 3.0 on my Mac, and now I am unable to open my account file - I get the error "No suitable backend was found for " The filetype, according to the output of the 'file' command is: SQLite 3.x database, last written using SQLite version 3007014

[GNC] Alphavantge Stock Download

2018-04-12 Thread Les
I am not able to download TSX stocks and currencies tonight. Anyone else having this problem? It has been very consistant for the last several weeks. Regards, Les ___ gnucash-user mailing list gnucash-user@gnucash.org To update your subscription

Re: [GNC] find AND REPLACE?

2018-04-12 Thread D
To be more specific about item 2, Gnucash uses a random 32 character string to store account information in transactions, rather than an account name. This, of course, means that you can rename an account without breaking all the transactions that have used that account previously. The downside

Re: [GNC] Online Banking

2018-04-12 Thread John Ralls
> On Apr 12, 2018, at 1:37 PM, Steve Cohen wrote: > > In GnuCash 3.0, I tried to enable online banking in accessing > https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Setting_up_OFXDirectConnect_in_GnuCash_2 > > (I had previous made an unsuccessful attempt to do this with 2.6.x). > > The

Re: [GNC] "No suitable backend was found" when trying to open file in 3.0

2018-04-12 Thread Jeremy Doran
Ah, yes! Thank you - that did the trick! I found the email that pointed towards https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=794933 Adrien Monteleone April 12, 2018 at 7:14 PM Check the archives of this list this month. There are several posts about

Re: [GNC] "No suitable backend was found" when trying to open file in 3.0

2018-04-12 Thread John Ralls
> On Apr 12, 2018, at 3:29 PM, Jeremy Doran wrote: > > Hello, > > I just upgraded my version of GnuCash to 3.0 on my Mac, and now I am unable > to open my account file - I get the error "No suitable backend was found for > " > > The filetype, according to the output of the

Re: [GNC] gnucash 3.0 crashes opening accounts file

2018-04-12 Thread John Ralls
> On Apr 12, 2018, at 2:09 AM, vcorreze wrote: > > Hi, > > Same error here. > > I have 3 different gnucash files. The 3 open flawlessly in gnucash 2.6.20, > even with reports active. > > Only one of them is subject to the bug. > > I verified all that file in 2.6.20