[GNC] GNUCash & Macros
jcf_m_lists at me.com
Wed May 26 20:38:37 EDT 2021
That's would be trouble then it's worth.
If GNUCash doesn't have it built in it's no big deal
On 5/26/21 8:26 PM, will at theprescotts.com wrote:
> The "Script Editor" found in the Applications->Utilities folder under Mac OS has some capabilities that might help. You can tell it to track a series of actions that turn into a script that can be edited for refinements and then used as a 'Macro'.
> On 2021 May 26, at 05-26 17:56:16, Jack Frillman via gnucash-user <gnucash-user at gnucash.org> wrote:
> Unfortunately that's a Windows app.
> I'm OSX or Linux user.
> On 5/26/21 12:04 PM, Fross, Michael wrote:
>> You could look into AutoHotkey. I use it to automate other non-GNUCash things, but I don't see why it couldn't work, especially if you can do what you need to do via keystrokes.
>> On Wed, May 26, 2021 at 10:15 AM Derek Atkins <derek at ihtfp.com <mailto:derek at ihtfp.com>> wrote:
>> On Wed, May 26, 2021 11:09 am, Jack Frillman wrote:
>> > I have repetitive task I do every day and I would like to reduce the
>> > number of steps to do that task.
>> > More specifically I import stock/mutual fund and precious metal
>> > from a CSV file. Currently I go through the multi-step process
>> the GUI
>> > walks you through. This is easy enough but I can be ultra lazy
>> at times
>> > and would like to execute that import process using a macro if
>> Thank you for explaining what you'd like to do. Unfortunately, no,
>> is no way to automate those processes in the UI. The closest
>> thing you
>> can do is write some scripts (in Python) to do the work.
>> -- Derek Atkins 617-623-3745
>> derek at ihtfp.com <mailto:derek at ihtfp.com> www.ihtfp.com
>> Computer and Internet Security Consultant
>> gnucash-user mailing list
>> gnucash-user at gnucash.org <mailto:gnucash-user at gnucash.org>
>> To update your subscription preferences or to unsubscribe:
>> If you are using Nabble or Gmane, please see
>> <https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Mailing_Lists> for more information.
>> Please remember to CC this list on all your replies.
>> You can do this by using Reply-To-List or Reply-All.
Old Unix programmers never die, they just mv to /dev/null
More information about the gnucash-user