[GNC] Cut & Paste transaction problem

David Carlson david.carlson.417 at gmail.com
Mon May 3 17:06:01 EDT 2021

I would be willing to bet that you never automatically got the original
date on any copy.  When I use the copy transaction feature in previous
releases of GnuCash up to 3.8 it always asks for the date and defaults to
today if not changed.

On Mon, May 3, 2021, 2:19 PM Robert Stocker <kneadtoknow at gmail.com> wrote:

> Follow up to my earlier post, which I just noticed. My recommended
> work-around for the Cut Transaction & Paste Transaction problem (using Copy
> Transaction & Paste Transaction) has an issue I have never noticed before:
> When I just used Copy Transaction & Paste Transaction, the date of the
> original transaction did not carry through when I pasted, the new
> transaction took today's date. Though I can't swear that it wasn't doing
> this before, I am 95% certain it did not.
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