Updated Latvian po file. Comments about Gnucash training session

Cristian Marchi cri79 at libero.it
Thu Aug 5 01:53:51 EDT 2010

Commited to rev 19403
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Il 04/08/2010 18:13, Valdis Vītoliņš ha scritto:
> Hello,
> please replace updated po file for Latvian.
> Today we finished 3 day (15 hours in total) Gnucash usage course for
> professional accountants and interesents.
> General attitude was very positive, and attendants were quite impressed.
> Professional accountants had used small/medium business accountant
> systems developed in Latvia.
> They used computers with Windows 7, with Gnucash nightly build 19381,
> I used Ubuntu with the most recent version built from SVN.
> As the most positive features they rated:
> 1. Zero cost
> 2. Always visible balances for synthetic (parent) accounts
> 3. Customizable reports (using only UI), even they agreed Invoice need a
> column for Tax table to be usable;-)
> 3a. They rated customization possibilities as the most powerful (for
> non-developers using UI) for all accounting systems they have used
> before.
> 3b. As the most useful report for customization was agreed "Transaction
> report".
> 3c. As very good feature was noted that custom reports are saved as
> Gnucash property, not project property.
> So customized reports can be used for several similar projects/files
> (for different clients and/or legal entities),
> which is not possible for other systems, where customization should be
> done and report saved for each project separately.)
> As strange  feature was noted sometimes unpredictable behavior for
> transaction entries.
> Tab and Enter seemed to work better than clicking with mouse in cells.
> "Basic Ledger", "Double view" seemed do work more properly, than other
> views.
> As bypass product I updated localization strings where I got suggestions
> for improvements.
> Next week we will have another session where we will use more recent
> build.
> Thanks,
> Valdis
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