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    Tommy Trussell commented  · 

    I just added this to the UNDO request -- what if you use the UNDO feature to revert the autofill in the same way that OpenOffice will revert an autocorrect or autoformat.

    Scenario: Type the description, press Tab, and when you see the autofilled transaction, you can invoke undo (via ctrl-z or menu) and the autofill is removed but not the description you just typed. If you invoke undo a second time, the transaction could be reverted.

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    Invoking UNDO could also be a way to override autofill. Type a description, tab, autofill invoked, hit undo, and the autofill is undone but not the just-typed description. (The next undo could do that.) This is how auto-correct is often implemented in OpenOffice or Microsoft Word; the first undo just undoes the autocorrection or formatting.

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