Budget View Implementation Question

Phil Longstaff phil.longstaff at gmail.com
Tue Apr 15 16:51:12 EDT 2014

Do you have top-level accounts which don't wouldn't fall under Income,
Expense, Assets, Liabilities or Equity?  Or, are you saying that if those
are your only top-level-accounts, they aren't included?  Or are you saying
that if they are in a different language (e.g. German), they aren't


On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 1:32 PM, Carsten Rinke <carsten.rinke at gmx.de> wrote:

> Hi,
> recently I started playing around with the budget feature, trying it out
> with a simple account structure - only top level accounts.
> Doing so I noticed
> - In the summary view at the bottom of the page the totals per period are
> not counted for top level accounts without children
> - there is only one top level account per type allowed for the same
> summary, no matter if they have children or not
> I checked the documentation, but I did not see any hints to this
> limitations.
> Personally I would like to see the top level accounts considered, just to
> avoid confusion.
> The fact, to have only one top level account per account type is fine with
> me. Here I would be fine with an update of the documentation.
> Bottom line: I propose two enhancement bugs, one for code, one for
> documentation.
> Good proposal?
> Kind regards,
> Carsten
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