Author Archives: Keith Gugliotto

Roshambo Up! – Rock-paper-scissors Splasm-style!

When Allan’s not cranking on customer support, there’s a little time to indulge in some passions: art, music, and game design, to name a few. We pushed some light coding duty on Allan from the start, and, to that end, … Continue reading

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Transfer funds between CheckBook Accounts

Update, 2/4/2020:  Everything in this article is still 100% true, but there’s an even easier way to create transfers these days.  Go to the Entry menu at the top of your screen and click the New Deposit Transfer… or New … Continue reading

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Moving your Quicken data to CheckBook and CheckBook Pro

First, you’ll need to get your data out of Quicken and into a QIF or QMTF file: Open Quicken so you can see your data. Go to the File menu near the top left corner of your screen and down … Continue reading

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macOS Catalina vs. Audiobook Chapters

Update: Looks like macOS 10.15.2 resolves this one, folks. We tested syncing to a 4th-generation iPod and an iPhone running iOS 13.3 and both got their chapter stops, just like the good ol’ Mojave and earlier days. You have our … Continue reading

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Audiobook Builder 2.1 is ready

Audiobook Builder 2.1 brings compatibility enhancements for macOS 10.15 Catalina’s Books and Music applications, featuring extra preferences so you can spec where you want your audiobooks saved now that Books manages your audiobooks and Music manages your music. Outputting M4B … Continue reading

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CheckBook and CheckBook Pro have a slight issue on Catalina

Update, 12/23/2019:  CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.6.11 work around the issues with FAT volumes so your documents on external or removable volumes formatted as FAT16 or FAT32 should now work just fine. Update, 11/20/2019:  CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.6.9 are now … Continue reading

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