bradhaack at fastmail.us
Thu Jan 6 19:31:31 EST 2011
Entering dates w the + or - keys, or shift +/- is quicker for me than
typing the numbers.
On Thu, 2011-01-06 at 12:39 -0500, Derek Atkins wrote:
> selinger at mathstat.dal.ca (Peter Selinger) writes:
> > A question I always mean to ask this time of year: is there a way to
> > change the default date completion behavior of GnuCash?
> > Today is January 5, 2011. If I enter a transaction with an incomplete
> > date, such as 12/30, GnuCash automatically enters this as 12/30/2011,
> > which is what I want in 0% of cases.
> > Conversely, last week, when I entered the date 1/5 last week, GnuCash
> > recorded this as 01/05/2010.
> > As a result, around the turn of the year, I constantly have to enter
> > full dates, which is inconvenient.
> > I checked the preferences and could not find a setting for changing
> > this behavior. Is there one?
> Unfortunately, no, this has not (yet) been implemented.
> Hopefully someone will decide to scratch this itch. ;-)
> > Thanks, -- Peter
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