stock price broken
bradhaack at fastmail.us
Wed Jan 12 11:49:24 EST 2011
On Wed, 2011-01-12 at 11:29 -0500, Derek Atkins wrote:
> brad <bradhaack at fastmail.us> writes:
> >> > I can change shares or buy, but price is always forced to 1. I did file
> >> > a bug report,
> >> > https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=639190
> >> Price being forced to 1 really seems to imply that the Stock Account
> >> Commodity is a currency and not a stock. Can you please recheck that
> >> and supply a screen shot of the associated Account Edit window?
> Hmm. Next thing I might check is the SCU (smallest fraction) of the
> Commodity and the Account. Your smallest fraction in the account
> clearly says "use commodity value", so that begs the question on what
> the commodity SCU is set to?
If I understand you correctly, on tools->security editor->edit, the
fraction traded is 1/100000.
If I set the smallest fraction in the account to 1/10000 it doesn't
change the behavior. price is still stuck at 1.
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