adardis at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 09:17:19 EST 2011
Use the Options in the Scheduled Transaction editor to tell GnuCash to
remind you about an upcoming payment; if you then right click on the
reminder, you can choose to execute the transaction or skip it.
Paychecks are a problem: mine varies by a cent or two from check to check,
so I just have a regular scheduled transaction and adjust it when I get
the paper paystub.
On Mon, 17 Jan 2011 09:01:54 -0500, <bugreport19621012 at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> The website http://www.gnucash.org/features.phtml says, "You can now
> create recurring transactions, including automatic reminders when a
> transaction is due ..."
> I would like GnuCash to pop up a window or something to tell me for
> instance that it's time to enter the Acme monthly payment. (Since Acme
> charges me a different amount every month, I don't want GnuCash to enter
> the amount on its own.) How do I do this?
> Another use would be to enter a monthly paycheck, which differs by a
> small amount each month.
> I'm using GnuCash 2.3.17, build svn r19852M dated 2010-11-21, on a
> MacBook Pro.
> An attempt to use Business -> Bills Due Reminder led to nothing.
> I also scheduled a transaction and checked "Notify me when created."
> See attached screenshot. Although gnucash did enter the transaction, it
> didn't notify me.
> Is the problem that 2.3.17 is a beta, and this feature will be built
> back in?
> Jake Wegelin
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