I had the same issue. Instead of pressing the + or - key I manually changed the date of the transaction as it is typically one day past the end of the statement, which isn't always at the end of the month. However, in reconciliation, it didn't recognize the transaction. I had to delete the transaction and input it again, which took a lot of extra time. Is this a new issue, I never had it before? I hope the + or - key is the solution.
UKR said:You want a change that really makes sense? Go out there and push the Earth into an orbit that is exactly 360 days () hrs 0 min 0 sec. Now we could finally have 12 months of exactly 30 days each. No short months, no long months. And no more leap year adjustments either. Wouldn't that be swell?
Note for the programmer to do this they would in fact need input from the user. You are entering a date for the reconcile. One can’t just assume that because I reconciled on February 28th that next month that I will want to reconcile on the 31th.And what would that even look like?It is one thing to say a reminder is on the last day of the month, but the user is free to kick off reconcile any time they like.