stock price broken
bradhaack at fastmail.us
Sat Jan 1 18:41:44 EST 2011
On Sat, 2011-01-01 at 15:27 -0800, John Ralls wrote:
> On Jan 1, 2011, at 2:52 PM, brad wrote:
> > 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 $1 and the price can't be changed. It isn't all of the
> >>> transactions, maybe most of them though. Some right some wrong in the
> >>> same account. The security/currency field for the account is set to the
> >>> correct security.
> >>> ubuntu 10.04, gc 2.4.0 I've been using sqlite, but reverted back to an
> >>> xml file and see the same issue.
> >> We're talking about the register display, correct? Are these stored prices or the calculated price when you enter a new txn?
> >> Can you provide an example (e.g., bought 100 AAPL at 345 for 34500, entered 100 shares and 34500 but the price stayed at 1 and the total was recalculated to 100).
> When you edit the price, you should get a dialog box that says "The values entered are out of balance" and offers a radio button to select which field you want to adjust. Do you get that?
> Where did you build Gnucash-2.4? What did you use for a prefix argument to configure?
> John Ralls
I was getting that dialog & I picked price, but it seemed to be ignored.
I just tested that again & see that I don't get the dialog box now.
I built w/ --prefix=$HOME/development/gnucash.
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