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    Martin commented  · 

    Oh and when importing transactions, the initial order seems to match the order in the imported csv. It'll be right if the imported csv is oldest to newest, but wrong if the imported csv is newest to oldest (which is what my bank provides).

    It would be great if gnucash could detect the transaction order on import (be smart enough to detect if the csv is oldest to newest or newest to oldest), and just maintain that order.

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    Martin commented  · 

    Hi, it's not just the display order, it affects the balance.

    After salary goes in, we may transfer money out the same day. When gnucash changes the order the balance goes negative between the transactions, which is both incorrect and not possible for this account.

    I just stumbled upon this while trying out gnucash for my own finances. I will try the num column hack. I'm going to see how kmymoney compares as well.

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