jGnash 2.3.0

Posted on Monday, Jun 29 2009 @ 22:19 CEST by

jGnash is a free (no strings attached!) personal finance manager with many of the same features as commercially-available software. It was created in order to make tracking your personal finances easy, but also provides the functionality required by advanced users. jGnash is cross-platform and will run on any operating system that has a working Java 1.6.0 Runtime Environment (e.g., Linux, OS X, and Microsoft Windows). The older 1.x series of jGnash will run on systems that support a minimum of Java 1.4.0.

Changelog:

06/26/09 Detect and correct accounts with self parenting
06/20/09 Prevent a user from assigning an account's parent as itself.
06/18/09 Begin migration to MigLayout to replace Forms Layout
06/07/09 Use JXColorSelectionButton to select register colors.
06/05/09 Add network activity indicator when updating security prices and exchange rates in the background.
06/04/09 Update to JasperReports 3.1.4
06/04/09 Add ellipsis symbol to truncated text in reports
06/04/09 Update to DynamicJasper 3.0.6
06/03/09 Correctly handle file encoding of OFX V1 files.
06/01/09 Add a new option to automatically select text when a field receives focus
05/31/09 New report to show income and expense by payee (Pranay Kumar)
05/29/09 Updated Portuguese translation (Pietro Augusto)
05/25/09 Improved handling of validation errors
05/04/09 Integrate the SwingX libraries for improved usability
04/22/09 Fix for Bug #2500229, Display a warning if a Security is not selected when creating an investment transaction.
04/22/09 Correctly handle an attempt to open a zero length file.
04/20/09 Fix for Bug #2734778, Default currency was not accessible immediately after creating a new XML file.
04/10/09 Add an escape key listener to most all dialogs and add additional bounds listening to dialogs that did not already have it.


Program Information

Category:
Tools and Utilities
Type:
Free


Version:
2.3.0
Size:
11.7MB
Works on:
Windows


Product page: here

Download: jGnash 2.3.0



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