iCash 7.6.1 release


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New iCash v7.6.1 has been released today. This is a free update for all v7 users with an update plan.

iCash is an easy-to-use, full featured and multi-purpose Personal Finance software for Macintosh and Windows intended to help you control your personal finances, keeping track of incomes, expenses, credits, debts and Banks transactions for you. No needs to know about accounting or even care about it! iCash lets you know where your money comes from and to where it goes with just a few clicks.

What's new in this release:

- It is now possible to display the '+' sign on all positive amounts, new preference setting.
- The application now asks user for creating new accounts when entering transactions.
- 'About app' window last line has a hidden contextual menu with info, registration, unregistration and setting reset options.
- The Bank Statement import preview now identifies with a red background the entries with default values (not processed by a rule).
- When browsing thru the Bank Statement import file records, matching rule gets selected automatically in the rule list (if any).
- The Bank Statement import data column viewer now displays tooltips so we can see all the text.
- Transaction entry debit account pull-down list order has been restored, bank is again listed first.
- The Bank Statement import preview now uses better coloring for the transaction amounts.
- The Bank Statement rule editor now capitalizes the comment part according to capitalization settings.
- Fix: Duplicate/Transfer window crash on Windows.
- Fix: Add Now window crash on Windows (when called from scheduler).
- Fix: Hi-DPI picture issue on Windows.
- Fix: Red color for scheduled transactions has been restored in the Account Statement report.
- Fix: Bank Statement import issue with rules when comment includes given characters like comma, colon, semicolon, pipeline, etc.
- Fix: The Bank statement import uppercase option now only affects first character, others are lowercased.

Don't forget to read our small tutorial about adding transactions to iCash, how to use Budgets and how to import transactions from a Bank statement.