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    Anonymous commented  · 

    not really the place to explain this but accounts generally serve that purpose : "nature" and "class" of the transaction is the same thing:

    say i run an event and i want to track what i spent per event
    and per type of expenses, my accounts could look like this

    accounts
    -revenu (fair of events)
    -assets
    _ -Cash
    _ -Events
    __ -event ABC
    __ -event XYZ
    -expenses
    __ -gas
    __ -electricity

    you enter a revenu transaction that goes to "cash"
    from "cash" it goes to event ABC or XYZ then in goes to expenses

    shure you have to create an account for each event but that
    is how accounting works from my point of view.
    if you "insert" money into the venture just add an "equity" account.
    and "add money" there then put it into "cash" instead of renvenu->cash

    Note that from "cash" you can split your transaction into more than one "event" or from one event into multiple "expenses" this allows for tracking of say how much you paid electricity , and how much you spent into event ABC .

    now if you want to total electricity per event you would need to create a report that "groups by" on target account being electricity. but selecting data from the "event" account. this dives into reporting however and my knowledge of what is possible is limited but i would guess its very feasable

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    i would say the only thing missing in the budget part is : carry over balance ( additional line maybe after "total" ) i would also add an "export csv sheet" or export to pdf (landscape mode)

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    control pannel -> sound -> sounds[tab] -> profile ->no sound. ... just saying.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    To whom may read this:
    grant select, update,insert,delete on database.gnclock to 'whoever'@'%'
    with
    grant select on database.* to 'whoever'@'%'

    works wonders.
    however you will need to use "open" with the read-only tick-mark everytime... the "recently opened dosent save read-only or not.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    i think if it where easy to implement it would already be implemented. the big problem here is you need to "cache" the splits and transactions but since updates on db are done as "SQL transactions" kind of thing once committed it kind of defeats the purpose of the SQL transactions.although you could store them as "actions" to be translated into "rollback-able" items. but this would require double queries to db.

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