Derek Butterfield
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Derekjab commented on 09 Mar 2011
Tried to download from Apple but keep getting 10.2!
[Version 10.2.1]

Derekjab commented on 23 Mar 2009
This is really bad, even for a beta. Multiple editing doesn't work on categories or tags and I am not editing thousands of transactions individually.

Syncing with the iPod touch worked only once. Now Cha-Ching can't find the device at all.

Really amateurish project which should be buried now.
[Version 2.0b89]

Derekjab commented on 23 Dec 2008
Only applications can live on the left side of the dock. If you're paranoid, you can simply had a spacer to the dock using the terminal commands:

defaults write persistent-apps -array-add '{tile-data={}; tile-type="spacer-tile";}'

killAll Dock

Spaces are, to my mind, much more elegant anyway.

If you're not comfortable with the terminal, get Tinker Tool or the Secrets PreferencePane.
[Version 1.0]

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Derekjab replied on 23 Dec 2008
@ZZAMBONI, Sorry about that. I posted before I read your comment.
Derekjab commented on 21 Nov 2008
I bought a licence in the hope that someone was trying to produce a decent finance app for the Mac, but looks like more wasted money.

Development is painfully slow (school is obviously taking up too much time) and the latest 0.61 is even buggier than the last with no running balance available now.

Completely unusable.
[Version 0.6.1]


Derekjab reviewed on 19 Sep 2008
I have been using this application for a couple of weeks now and am very impressed.

It is a work in progress, and therefore lacks a few killer features such as scheduled transactions and forecasting, but I understand these are in the pipeline.

I especially love the very intelligent autofill implementation.

The developer is very responsive and hopefully will keep working on the application, unlike several others on whom I've wasted registration fees.
[Version 1.1.2]

Derekjab commented on 14 Jul 2007
So this is essentially a spreadsheet?

It will be interesting to see what sort of patent they manage to get accepted.
[Version 1.2.1]

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