[GNC-dev] tb, gnc or me? my trial balance is wrong and I think it is gnc not me
wm_o_o_o at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Feb 11 11:19:59 EST 2019
On 11/02/2019 04:03, David Carlson wrote:
> Wm, before you run off at the mouth with all your innuendos, look at facts.
I'm hoping you get a message from Liz
If you don't there is something rotten in this list's administration.
> Did you try running a test on one of your backups from around June 2016
> using Gnucash 2.6.12 or earlier?
No. Why? Because I own a transaction stream. Watermelon. My
transaction stream is the same regardless of how it is interpreted.
> I think that if you do you will find that
> the Trial Balance Report is correct if you scrupulously check the settings
> to use the Average Price valuation method and check your price database to
> be sure that the transaction generated prices are present.
you may be a person of high IQ in your local community. you don't
understand a trial balance.
> John Ralls
> alluded to that earlier today.
JohnR isn't saying the same thing to me and you, Trump voter.
> In fact, I bet
yay, how much are you prepared to bet, you piece of shit?
My estimate is that you will bet fuck all because you are wrong. You
are just a noisy person.
> you could try re-running the Trial Balance Report in release
> 3.4 on a current data file using the Average Balance method of valuation.
There is no point, the valuation approach is wrong.
> There was a period when GnuCash was not entering transaction generated
> prices into the price database as Alex noted, but that was corrected some
> time ago and recent prices from recent transactions are all entered in the
> price database.
The price db has FUCK ALL to do with the TB
Granted, it will be difficult to find many of those old
> missing transaction generated prices that involve the base currency but
> maybe they might get added back by using the trading accounts feature. I
> have not tried that, but it might be worth a try.
You don't appear to have a clue what the issue is.
> As Alex suggested,
> transactions that do not involve the base currency would need to be dealt
> with some other way.
> David Carlson
Do *not* invoke other people without their permission in future, David
I *know* I get Liz angry but you have broken all the rules regarding
good manners by being an actual liar. That is not easily forgiven.
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