Category Archives: Development

About document damage in CheckBook and CheckBook Pro

Have you seen a message in CheckBook or CheckBook Pro about a damaged document or a damaged database?  Don’t panic.  We can help you with that.  Please read the rest of this post for details and how to proceed. First, … Continue reading

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Swift?

About how swift Apple’s new programming language isn’t. Update:  Hi there!  I’m humbled to tell you that, as a few readers have pointed out, the original Swift and Objective-C results in this post were taken from unoptimized builds.  We rebuilt the … Continue reading

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CheckBook and CheckBook Pro 2.5

2.5 is here at last, dear users, and this time around the love we’re bringing is all about syncing your Accounts with other Macs – and that, coincidentally, lays the foundation for syncing with “other devices” down the road a … Continue reading

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CheckBook Does Multiple Accounts Files

“How can I manage more than one Accounts file with CheckBook or CheckBook Pro?” We get that in our inbox from time to time. What these users are looking for is a system that relies on documents they can open … Continue reading

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You want fries with that Text Export?

CheckBook Pro 2.2 came with new features for interacting with Split Line Items, and we even include them when exporting to Text. We faced a tough question when we did this, though:  How do we handle Parent Entry Amounts and … Continue reading

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Appsolete: Weed out apps that won’t work with Lion

The upgrade to Lion comes with some great new changes and…a few growing pains. Some of the apps you currently run will no longer purr with the newest cat! Rather than root through your operating system or find out slowly, … Continue reading

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