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Investment register entry date - should act like other registers
when you begin an entry in an investment register, it defaults to today's date, which is almost never correct (typically the entry is of a dividend, say, from earlier, read from a statement). Other registers 'remember' the date of the last manual entry, and a new entry repeats that date. In Windows, the investment register also defaults to the last entered action ('buy' or 'income' etc.) For a statement with ten entries, say, this behavior is extremely annoying, especially if you know it works the right way in Windows and elsewhere in Quicken for Mac!