Another one unhappy with quickfill

Kenneth Marshall ktm at
Mon Jan 17 14:00:46 EST 2011

On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 06:19:02AM +0200, TFC Mail Admin wrote:
> I've been using GnuCash for about 3 years - it is a great product, and 
> immeasurably superior to Quicken! However, I agree that while quirkfill (I 
> liked the Freudian slip) is generally useful, in certain cases it can be 
> more of a problem than a help.
> My Gripe!
> One of my most numerous transactions is the purchase of groceries. 
> Occasionally (one a month?) I also pay a utility at the supermarket - so 
> then I have a split - but the other 99 transactions I capture for the 
> supermarket do not have a split!
> So (unfortunately) 99 times out of a hundred I have to delete the split 
> that GnuCash has remembered (very conveniently - and I am not being 
> sarcastic).  For the other 150+? types of transaction I enter, quickfill 
> makes life very easy & fast!
> So, it would be nice if there was a way to 'lock' a transaction template in 
> quickfill, or be able to delete it's history.

Or maybe use it's own history as to which path is taken to adjust the
suggested text/options.


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