[kmymoney] [Bug 424745] The word "Principal" is mispeled as "Principle" in MyKMoney's categories

herlock bugzilla_noreply at kde.org
Sat Aug 1 20:04:51 BST 2020


--- Comment #6 from herlock <herlock.sholmes.london at gmail.com> ---
Alright, fellows, now that we have established beyond a reasonable doubt 
that I could not spell properly to save my life, I have a quick question 
on whether I should report a bug or whether the behavior I'll describe 
below is as desired.

Say I create an investment account, and then enter a few investments 
(securities) for said account. I then create another investment account, 
which will hold some of the same investments, therefore, as per the 
online KMyMoney documentation (/Using a Security in more than one 
Investment Account/) I just reuse the existing Securities I previously 
created. Thus far, everything works as it should.

Now, here's the problem I am encountering: When I originally created 
these securities for my first Investment account, under "Price Entry" in 
the "Investment Detail Wizard" I changed from the "default" to "Total 
for all shares", and when adding entries to said original Investment 
account, this works well.

However, even though I "reused" these Securities when making entries 
into my second Investment account, I find that this "Price Entry" field 
has reverted back to "default" for this second Investment account, while 
simultaneously remaining set to the correct "Total for all shares" for 
the original Investment account.

Perhaps this was the desired behavior the KMyMoney team was looking for, 
but, IMHO, this is counter-intuitive, as "reusing" something implies 
faithfully inheriting all of the original object's properties.

Let me know if I should report a bug or not.

Thanks, and keep up the great work.

On 2020-08-01 01:19, Thomas Baumgart wrote:
> https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=424745
> --- Comment #5 from Thomas Baumgart <tbaumgart at kde.org> ---
> And to round this up, there's another misspelling on board of the subject: it
> is KMyMoney not MyKMoney. It is good to see, that we can still have a laugh,
> though. Stay safe.

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