[kmymoney] [Bug 424775] I will NOT go out to a bank or ANY institution and retrieve any data!, I have USED Quicken for years. I printed the connection data, tested each by hand with a browser. and manually enter all. They all appear nice on the opening screen.watched YouTubea
Richard L. Stuart
bugzilla_noreply at kde.org
Thu Jul 30 03:57:28 BST 2020
--- Comment #6 from Richard L. Stuart <richard at rlstuart.com> ---
Guys it was NOT my intent to come across in that way. There is a typo
in the reference you make. - it seriously change things. The quote:
"I will NOT go out to a bank ...." Should have been "It will NOT go out to a
bank... simple meaning that none of my attenpt to get it to retrieve the
banking transaction - would not result in the software connecting to a bank or
credit card institution. Basically nothing happened. ???? My bad, the t was
missing - I should have been IT.
Some play you all asked where I am located and I forgot to respond to that
part. I am in Columbia, Maryland.
Additionally, You ask for me to review the wording. Very Happy to do that --
HOW, were do I go etc. and what login is required??
Thanks for the support.
PS: Mint update doesn't seem to further update. I have used Ubuntu, Centos
and I could change for this purpose if repositories for them would have a later
version. Or as with some distros, they have various packages all ready
installed. Like Libre Office etc. Is there a distro, ISO with KMyMoney
installed. I could run it in Virtualbox and get familiar with it. Actually,
I run Quicken in a Virtualbox with WIN 10 as the Isolation provides a bit more
security. - As "Box" is shutdown normally and some what hidden.
Anyway let make ammends somehow. If you want to edit my earlier imput - I am
happy with that..
On 7/29/20 8:26 PM, Jack wrote:
> --- Comment #5 from Jack <ostroffjh at users.sourceforge.net> ---
> Richard - a lot of this is in the wording. Please consider editing the
> subject. It starts by saying "I will NOT go out to a bank ...." which sounds
> like you are refusing to do what the program requires. I now suspect you meant
> that you couldn't find a way to make to program download data from the bank. A
> good start here would be to reword the subject. Second, if you reply by email,
> and not directly at bugs.kde.org, you can trim all the original unless you
> explicitly need to show what you are referring to. The bug system just takes
> your entire email and makes it the next comment.
> If you had dome much searching, you would have found many cases in the kmymoney
> mailing list of people with problems importing lots of data from Quicken. In
> addition to what Brendan said, those threads probably have additional
> Now - I think the bottom line is not that you are reporting a bug, but asking
> for help getting started using KMyMoney. That is better done on the mailing
> list (see https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kmymoney as well as
> https://kmymoney.org/support.html for other ways of getting help.
> Finally, it's really good to work at one or maybe two parts of the problem at a
> time. If you've been working at it for days, and then put all the problems
> you've had in a single message, it gets overwhelming, and makes things seem
> much worse than they are. There are plenty of folks here who want to see you
> succeed with KMyMoney - but give it some time.
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