[PATCH] stylesheet-fancy.scm and a new 'Easy' Invoice for Gnucash 1.8.9

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu Jun 17 11:06:03 EDT 2004

James Strandboge <jamie at tpptraining.com> writes:

> I have attached a new stylesheet and patch against stylesheets.scm to
> add it to gnucash.


> "My Company" has no options other than to display it or not display it. 
> When displayed, it shows up on the right hand side, across from the
> customer's address and is right justified.  There is a bug in my
> previous easy-invoice.scm that is fixed in the attached version (if
> File/Properties values are blank, and My Company is selected, the page
> errors out).

ok, so it's a checkbox.  :)

> "ID-String" is simply text (it can be anything) that is displayed on the
> right side of the page directly across from "Invoice #."  If left blank,
> nothing is displayed, but our company uses the format:
> <b><u>Tax ID: 00-0000000</u></b>
> as the "ID-String" (incidentally, I was very pleased when I realized
> that simple HTML formatting tags like <b>, <i> and others could be used
> in Extra Notes and ID-String).  The above entry gives the same
> formatting as "Invoice #," but the user can put whatever text he/she
> wants there.  Since we use it for our Tax-ID, I just named it
> "ID-String," but it certainly can be renamed to something even more
> general.

Question: should taxinfo be part of File -> Properties, so you don't
have to enter in the ID String every time?

> Jamie


PS: Thanks for your excellent work on this..  :)

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