Kevin McGuire said:
My problem with 5.12 is that the update came days prior to me migrating to a new laptop out of necessity. Only 5.11.2 was available for download and even when I contacted an agent through chat (weekend), they did not have the ability to provide a link to the newest version nor even seemed to know of it.
On my own, I finally tried replacing the app with a copy from my old computer and that seemed to work. (I also transferred the folders within the Application Support directory.)
I work in the software industry and completely understand the limited initial rollout, but your support staff (even the weekend staff) needs to know how to handle it or at least how to properly advise customers in the midst of it.
All that being said, I appreciate the fact that after years of languishing in the hands of Intuit, Quicken for Mac has been getting a lot of love and updates since those days. I know it's not easy making changes and having everyone in agreement. I am encouraged that users seem to be giving constructive feedback to help make it better. Keep up the good work.
Hey, here's something I just noticed that's new in version 5.12 that's not mentioned in the release notes: a warning dialog message when you delete a transaction. Some of us have asked for this since the first version of modern Quicken Mac five years ago, so... yay!(But I'm sure some users will find this warning annoying; I'm a little surprised they didn't add a Preference to allow users to decide whether to "Warn before deleting transactions?")
Still no planning tab to create debt reduction plans for Mac users...who by the way pay the same fees as Windows users. Cancelling my quicken account.
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