[GNC] Investment Portfolio Reports Question
jsedgar67 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 22 20:27:55 EDT 2021
Thanks for the reply, David.
The report displays on the screen as a 4 decimal value, however that
value is rounded as if it is a 2 decimal place value.
For example: if the value entered is $45.6789 , it is immediately
switched to $45.6800. That becomes the new value and throws the fund
value way off.
On 2021-09-22 3:00 p.m., David Carlson wrote:
> I am still using release 3.8, but as far as I can remember in the
> past, price displays defaulted to four decimal places. In fact, right
> now I cannot find where that decimal count is determined.
> If release 4.6 only shows two decimal places, I would consider that to
> be a bug. On the other hand if there is a setting for that, I hope
> someone can point us to it.
> On Wed, Sep 22, 2021 at 4:52 PM John Edgar <jsedgar67 at gmail.com
> <mailto:jsedgar67 at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Using GNUCash 4.6
> I manually update my mutual fund closing price daily for the
> investment/advanced portfolio reports. My report preference is
> set to a
> 4 decimal number, as that is the format my bank supplies. However,
> I update the price, these reports round the price value to 2 decimal
> value, causing the report to display a much different value of my
> holding than is reported by my bank.
> Is there a preference or option I am missing to ensure the report
> remains as non-rounded 4 decimal value ? I am unable to find a
> reference in the help guide.
> Thank you for your help.
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