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    MSchappler
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    Released – Jul 10, 2014
    What’s New

    Wisconsin only, July 01, 2014 tax calculation update.
    Behavior Changes

    Display refresh performance has been improved.

    Display refresh has been re-worked and significant improvements have been achieved.

    Multiuser performance was improved on blue account tables and history views.

    Multiuser access was made more responsive on blue account tables and account history views when “— loading —” cell amounts.

    The View>Analysis>New Column>Difference, Sum, Percent Change and Percent Of columns on blue account tables have been improved.

    Before this release only View>Analysis>New Column>Amount columns could be used to calculate these values. Now formula columns can also be in the mix.

    Problem / Bug Fixes

    Purchase transactions were calculating “wonky rebates” in some circumstances when the expense or vendor account changed but the purchase tax settings did not.

    In this release, if the expense or vendor account changes but there is no change to the effective purchase settings then the transaction amounts are left unchanged.

    Historic aging of account balances (e.g. AP, AR, etc.) had a bug if the account had been (partly) reconciled in a FIFO or LIFO manner.

    In this release, the strict reference matching has been relaxed and historic aging will function properly.

    A left mouse button double click on a table column title brings up a small window to configure the information displayed in the column. If the column you double click on is controlled by the settings of another “controlling” column then the controlling column configuration window is used.

    An [F11] key will bring up the window to configure the column the cursor is in (i.e. the active cell). However, in the [F11] case the check for a controlling column was omitted. In this release pressing [F11] when positioned in a controlled column will bring up the window to configure the controlling column.

    A common example of this would be the column triplets used for actual, budget and variance. Since you only want to configure dates, which is done in the actual column, a double click or [F11] on any column will bring up the window to configure the actual column.

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