[GNC] Investment Portfolio Reports Question

John Edgar jsedgar67 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 22 20:30:28 EDT 2021

I just got a reply that this issue is being corrected in gnuCash 4.7 to 
be released in a few days.

Thanks all for your replies.   John

On 2021-09-22 5:27 p.m., Gyle McCollam wrote:
> I've had the same issue it rounding my 5 decimal holdings to 2 
> decimals.  I was told that if you select OK, it rounds to 2 decimals 
> in v4.6, but if you just hit enter it leaves it as you entered it.  
> That works for me, although I do think that needs to be fixed.
> Thank You,
> *Gyle McCollam*
> Gyle McCollam
> 609.680.2326Mobile
> gmccollam at live.com <mailto:gmccollam at gyleshomes.com>email
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> *Subject:* [GNC] Investment Portfolio Reports Question
> 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, when
> 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 fund
> 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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