On Dec 28, 2006, at 7:47 PM, David Reiser wrote:
> On Dec 28, 2006, at 2:25 PM, Brian Haberman wrote:
>> I have been using gnucash for a while now and do like it. I switched
>> to version 2 and and have been very happy. Though I recently
>> upgraded to the fink version gnucash 2.0.2 and have been getting some
>> weird issues in the software. Sometimes I cannot tab out of a
>> transaction, or it does not let me delete a line in a transaction.
> Do you mean tab out of a split, or a whole transaction? I'm not
> very clear on what all the keyboard movement behaviors are supposed
> to be. I usually use Return to enter a transaction after I finish
> the last split amount, so I wouldn't have run into this. I'll try a
> few things to see if I can either duplicate this or at least
> understand some of the other ways of keyboard navigation.
>> It crashed on my just before and it showed the following error in the
>> ** ERROR **: file split-register-load.c: line 248
>> (gnc_split_register_load): assertion failed: (pending_trans == NULL)
> I think 2.0.3 (just release in fink this afternoon) fixes this one.
> But I'm going by the release description on gnucash.org, since I've
> never seen this bug myself.
>> And I get the following error each time I close the app as well:
>> (gnucash:12998): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_key_file_set_value: assertion
>> `g_key_file_is_key_name (key)' failed
> I get these both on 2.0.3 and a newer version in the svn version.
> I'm going to do some testing, as it might be the newest version of
> glib2 that's doing this. I don't remember seeing these complaints
> on the same versions a couple weeks ago. One other thing that has
> changed for me recently is that gnucash is not remembering my
> window size and position, nor the registers I had open when I last
> quit. Possibly some of the failed assertions relate to attempts to
> store this info.
>> Does anybody have any idea about these? Are these just issues within
>> this version of gnucash?
>> Thanks for any help
> David Reiser
I think I might have been confused, but you are right, I usually hit
'return' to get out of a transaction, and that was not working
(though the last time I tried it did). I forgot about the issue you
mentioned as well. Gnucash does not remember my window size or
position either. I will update to 2.0.3.
Thanks for the help.