Author Archives: Keith Gugliotto

How to handle a new year in CheckBook and CheckBook Pro

A new year often brings a strong desire to reorganize, and, since you’re already so organized you’re using CheckBook or CheckBook Pro, you might feel an urge to do something with the pile of Entries from last year and beyond. … Continue reading

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Winter is coming…and so is macOS 13 Ventura

Updated 11/5/2022: macOS 13 Ventura is out in the wild and so are all of our compatibility updates. Update now and keep in touch if you need a hand with anything! We mark the time by Apple’s yearly routine, kicking … Continue reading

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Where did I purchase my copy of…?

Feeling a bit fuzzy on where your favorite Splasm app came from? There’s an easy way to find out! First, get the application’s build number Open the application. Go to the application menu, named after the application you’re in, near … Continue reading

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CheckBook 2.7.8: Fixin’ & Nixin’

2.7.8 fixes a glitch that could lead the app to think it needs to save every so often even though you haven’t made any changes. It’s a bit niche, only happening if you use Migration Assistant or otherwise copy your CheckBook or CheckBook Pro container folder to … Continue reading

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CheckBook 2.7.7: iN cAsE yOu MiSsEd iT

It happens. You breeze through a new Deposit or Debit in CheckBook or CheckBook Pro and accidentally mess up the case of a To/From or Description. Maybe you enter something like “wALWORLD” instead of “Walworld”, or “pARTY FIXINGS” instead of … Continue reading

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How does CheckBook handle your data?

Folks ask us, “Do you keep a copy of my data?” and “Is the cloud safe?”, all the time. Instead of just adding to the CheckBook FAQ, which we’ll probably do anyway fairly soon-ish, we thought we’d share our answers … Continue reading

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