stock price broken

brad bradhaack at
Sat Jan 1 17:52:22 EST 2011

Yes, a register display.
These are calculated prices from a transaction.
Bought 323.575 shares of femkx at $12.98/share for $4200.
When I show the split it shows the price at 1, the Buy line (sometimes
is says 'Tot Buy') at 323.575.  The line for the amount where the cash
came from is correct.  There is an another line w/ Buy=$3875 and the
account field is blank.
If I try to fix it the calculated price alway changes to 1, and it
recomputes the number of shares.

On Sat, 2011-01-01 at 14:14 -0800, John Ralls wrote:
> On Jan 1, 2011, at 1:29 PM, brad wrote:
> > Stock/fund prices for transactions which were correct, now show stock
> > price of $1 and the price can't be changed.  It isn't all of the
> > transactions, maybe most of them though.  Some right some wrong in the
> > same account.  The security/currency field for the account is set to the
> > correct security.  
> > 
> > ubuntu 10.04, gc 2.4.0  I've been using sqlite, but reverted back to an
> > xml file and see the same issue.
> We're talking about the register display, correct? Are these stored prices or the calculated price when you enter a new txn?
> Can you provide an example (e.g., bought 100 AAPL at 345 for 34500, entered 100 shares and 34500 but the price stayed at 1 and the total was recalculated to 100).
> Regards,
> John Ralls

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