suk wah bernstein
sukwahbernstein at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 21:42:20 EDT 2011
about downloading from gnucash.org. on homepage to the right is the download
window. i choose to click on mac os x intel. goes to next screen . towards
top it says 'it should start download in a few seconds.' (there's a
countdown going on down to zero.) 'if it doesn't click on this direct link.'
since nothing happens, so i click on direct link. on bottom left of window a
gnucash icon comes up with size of download and how long to go.
i think i've recalled to the best of my ability what i did.
On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 5:38 PM, John Ralls <jralls at ceridwen.us> wrote:
> On Sep 21, 2011, at 4:54 PM, suk wah bernstein wrote:
> qif import window. forward button responds sporadically.
> dragged data from quicken 2000 into a new folder in finder. info says i am
> allowed to read and write. when prompted to select a qif file to load, able
> to select the file and paste. then click forward. a blank screen pops up
> with the url below. 'sourceforge.net' is in black. all the rest are in
> grey. tried second time. all gnucash disappears.
> tried third time, all the chrome windows disappear suddenly.
> every time i click gnucash icon, window pops up, warning me if i would
> really want to open it. in fact, the icon is not in app folder nor dock when
> i restart computer. i have to reinstall again. thanks.
> The message is about opening the last data file you had open, and it's
> because Gnucash crashed. (That's what happened when all of the Gnucash
> windows disappeared.) Just tell it that it's OK to open the file anyway.
> It's supposed to do that.
> What do you mean "select the file and paste"?
> That the URL is in gray with "sourceforge.net" in black tells me that you
> clicked on a gnucash download link somewhere and it opened in your browser.
> That's not from Gnucash -- Gnucash doesn't open stuff in your browser.
> Gnucash can't delete itself from your disk, either, so you must have done
> something to remove it from your Applications folder. There's something
> you're not telling us.
> John Ralls
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