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Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: Fritz
Date: July 16, 2023 03:47PM
anyone using this?
I'm tiring of MoneyDance adding useless features and still not those wanted (by many) features, and am reluctant to go back to Quicken.



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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: wurm
Date: July 16, 2023 03:56PM
Looks interesting and tempting. But Quicken 2007 for Mac hasn't given me a good enough reason to dump it (yet).
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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: Fritz
Date: July 16, 2023 04:30PM
2007!!??!?

What Mac and OS you running?



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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: Ombligo
Date: July 16, 2023 05:22PM
I'm satisfied with iBank, although I essentially use it as a checkbook



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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: Fritz
Date: July 16, 2023 05:33PM
iBank appears to be cloud/web based and free?
whats the business model?
I just need a decent checkbook with reports, comprehensive search and the ability to print the occasional check.



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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: wurm
Date: July 16, 2023 06:42PM
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Fritz
2007!!??!?

What Mac and OS you running?

Ha ha. I'm on Mojave on my 2012 Mini and happy to be doing so. Frankly, staying there as long as I can because of certain 32 bit apps (like Quicken) I need.
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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: Fritz
Date: July 16, 2023 07:31PM
I know that feeling. Until late '21 I was on my MBA '13 High Sierra coz I needed Pro Tools 10.



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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: GGD
Date: July 16, 2023 09:14PM
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Fritz
2007!!??!?

What Mac and OS you running?

Ha ha. I'm on Mojave on my 2012 Mini and happy to be doing so. Frankly, staying there as long as I can because of certain 32 bit apps (like Quicken) I need.

I'm still trying to find the time to move from Snowleopard to Mojave, and hold there for as long as possible due to Quicken 2007.
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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: Robert M
Date: July 17, 2023 08:32AM
Fritz,

As much as Moneydance annoys me at times, I'm still using it for nearly all of my accounts. It's getting the job done. Gotta say, though, I've tried the newest flavor of Quicken and it's not bad. They finally added the reconciliation report to it. However, the feature isn't compatible with Mojave. You need to use a newer flavor of the Mac OS to use the feature, which is incredibly annoying.

What features in MoneyDance do you need that are still missing?

Robert
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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: dfilpus
Date: July 17, 2023 08:43AM
We've been using Checkbook Pro for years. It does what we need for a simpler checkbook register.
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Re: Splasm Checkbook
Posted by: Fritz
Date: July 17, 2023 08:50AM
still doesn't allow acct switching without mousing.
most of it's issues involve mousing, which I hate doing with any app.
The reports could be better.
Search is sometimes disappointing.
They keep adding features that no one but a financial consultant needs.
I liked Quicken it's time for it's simplicity.
While I hope not to move to Venty or what comes if I can avoid it (as long as ProTools still supports Monty), I don't want to be that far back neither.


What are the diffs between CBP & CB?



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