Author Archives: Keith Gugliotto

Life is like a staircase. And also soccer.

This post is adapted from a message I sent to one of our users this morning. Since early 2021, we’ve gotten on the phone for an hour and a half about once a month. Sometimes, it’s CheckBook tech support. More … Continue reading

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Apple OS Upgrade Season: 2023 Edition

Update, 9/29/2023: Audiobook Builder 2.2.7 is now available. Update, 9/28/2023: Audiobook Builder 2.2.7 is now available for Splasm Store users and is awaiting approval on the Mac App Store. Update, 9/27/2023: We apologize, folks. Audiobook Builder 2.2.7 is taking a … Continue reading

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Audiobook Smiles: The Chronicles of Narnia

Is The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe an appropriate first “real” book for a six-year-old? My father, Lee, didn’t seem to care. A minister and lifelong superfan of C. S. Lewis, Dad handed me a used, musty-smelling copy and, … Continue reading

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Secrets of importing amounts in text or CSV files

“My bank exports transactions but they’re all positive so there’s no way to import and get Debits…” or “My credit card charges are positive and the credits are negative, just the opposite of what I need…” Star Trek’s Bones once … Continue reading

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Secrets of Today’s Balance

“How do I see the balance for today?” When you post-date a lot of Entries in CheckBook, sooner or later you’re bound to look for a way to show the balance through the current date so you won’t have to … Continue reading

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CheckBook 2.7.20 and the case of the missing Date highlight

We released CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.7.20 yesterday and a tiny, last-minute change removed the highlight from all Date fields. You can still change dates, you just won’t see which date component (month, day, year) is highlighted. Calendar date pickers, … Continue reading

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