2011-05-29 GnuCash IRC logs

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12:21:22 <pilipili> hello
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12:23:13 <pilipili> Just downloaded Windows Gnucash, installed it, but get an error message when running it: "This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way"
12:23:49 <pilipili> Any one has any clue, seems it coudl be due to GTK accdng to my googling ...
12:24:22 <pilipili> ?
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13:24:33 <jsled> @op
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13:27:18 <kimmo> hmm
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14:29:59 <koy-mobile> hrm.
14:30:21 <koy-mobile> there's no top level entity item that can hold various accounts, is there?
14:31:04 <koy-mobile> i need to run the basic top level asset/equity/income/liability/expense accounts fo 9 entities
14:35:06 <koy-mobile> it would be nice to have a collapsible top level container for each
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14:48:53 <warlord> It's called a "File"/
14:49:07 <warlord> (no, you cannot have 9 full sets of accounts in a single file)
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15:02:50 <koy-mobile> warlord-afk: i *can*, i just can't collapse all but one set at a time
15:03:55 <koy-mobile> (and unless there is a way of handling, for example, a draw from the knife shop to my personal entity income in different files, the files thing woudn't work anyway)
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21:37:23 <warlord> koy-mobile: You would handle such a transfer in the same way that you would handle a transfer from e.g. Google to yourself, and that is as two transactions: one from your side, and one from theirs. The fact that you're the proprietor of both sides is somewhat irrelevant.
21:37:58 <warlord> Each entity should be able to stand on its own.. And when you have transactions that cross the barrier, yes, you have to enter them twice. But that's a GOOD thing.
21:38:39 <warlord> A capital withdrawal from your knife shop should be a capital withdrawal, not a transfer from their bank account to your bank account. The reporting on that would be.... problematic.
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