Another one unhappy with quickfill
janssens-geert at telenet.be
Mon Jan 17 06:28:58 EST 2011
Thanks all for your replies.
So apparently there is room for improvement in different use cases. The
usefullness of quickfill seems to depend on what kind of transactions you have
to deal with most.
Can any of you with good suggestions point me to the corresponding enhancement
requests in bugzilla for this ?
On Monday 17 January 2011, David T. wrote:
> Issues with Quickfill have come up numerous times over the years, in much
> the same way (see for example
> As I said back then, I personally find Quickfill annoying in its
> implementation; if you import transactions from online sources and they
> are all DESCRIBED IN CAPITAL LETTERS, the user MUST TYPE IN THE ENTIRE
> STRING AGAIN, and then add a spurious character at the end to get their
> modification entered. That (as I noted in the earlier thread) is the
> opposite of quick entry. Anti-Quickfill, if you will.
> I would love it if Gnucash's Quickfill had ways for users to work with the
> Quickfill settings, or have Quickfill ignore imported transactions when
> populating the Quickfill database.
> I put up with Quirkfill (pun intended), but it sure would be nice if it
> could be improved. Of course, IANAP.
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