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Edit yearly budget for an item, it scrolls all the way back to the top

Boy, that's annoying. Anyway to prevent it?
Quicken user since Jan 1996, but probably not renewing

Answers

  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    I don't see any way to prevent it.  You suggest you report it as a bug:
    Help -> Report a problem...
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  • RickQuick
    RickQuick Member ✭✭
    edited January 7
    Done. The more I use the Budget feature, the more I realize how it's really poorly designed. I'm looking at my 2021 summary column for Auto, which rolls up 2 vehicles with 6 or so line items in each, and the "balance" on the right is totally incorrect. I'm not going to rely on a feature that requires me to have a glossary of terms open when I use it.
    Quicken user since Jan 1996, but probably not renewing
  • RickQuick
    RickQuick Member ✭✭
    edited January 7
    It's rife with issues. I have a line for electric utilities. My December 2021 budget number says $129.79. I type in 130 and hit enter, and it changes back to $129.79. I have to go into the Yearly Budget and change December to get it to stick. But I can change other numbers just fine...
    Quicken user since Jan 1996, but probably not renewing
  • Phil Burton
    Phil Burton Member ✭✭✭
    > @RickQuick said:
    > Boy, that's annoying. Anyway to prevent it?

    I'd go further and say that many parts of Quicken do not have a good user interface, even if those parts have powerful features. But at some point, as i learned many years ago personally, if a feature is too hard to use, it may as well not exist. An upset customer told me that.
    Been using Quicken (and TurboTax) since DOS days in 1990s.
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