QIF doc pages
warlord at MIT.EDU
Sat Feb 23 12:32:32 EST 2008
Yeah, I thought they should be shown by default.. Are you sure
that you're picking up the default schema settings?
"Ian Lewis" <ianmlewis at gmail.com> writes:
> Oh shoot. I was under the impression that they were shown by default. I
> definitely agree with this. There is no point if they are not shown by
> default. On a side note, perhaps we should have a check box in the druid
> that allows users to turn them off from the druid itself (like on the apply
> page)? The check box is in the preferences and I might not have known about
> it if I hadn't done development on the QIF druid.
> As far as how to do it, I would imagine you would have to do something along
> the lines of editing a default schema somewhere in the source tree but I
> couldn't tell you for sure as the code isn't in front of me atm.
> 2008/2/23, Charles Day <cedayiv at gmail.com>:
>> The QIF importer druid has "doc pages" that benefit new users by
>> the import process a step at a time, as the user makes his way through the
>> druid. I think that new users would really benefit if these pages were
>> by default (I certainly would have). However, GnuCash currently hides
>> pages by default.
>> Do you agree that these pages should be shown by default, and if so, how
>> I make this happen? The setting is controlled via gconf, so would I have
>> add one of those gconf schemas perhaps?
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