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software OS4   software OS4 : Homebank 4.4 for AmiCygnix released
   posted by CygnusEd on 14-Jul-2012 10:26:52 (235659 reads)
HomeBank is a manager for your personal accounts. It is designed to easy to use. Analyse your personal finance in detail using powerful filtering tools and graphs.

Up to version 3.1 Homebank was developed for AmigaOS. Unfortunately Maxime left the Amiga community and now it is only available for Windows and Linux.

Old files of the amiga version can be imported!




Download: homebank.lha
Homepage: http://homebank.free.fr
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raumfahre 
Re: Homebank 4.4 for AmiCygnix released
Posted on 14-Jul-2012 11:04:58
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I've been using HomeBank 3.2 beta1 for a LONG time, since 2004 actually. It's a nice program to use, but became somewhat limited by the bugs that still exist in this version.

Thanks for this port Edgar, I've resisted installing AmiCygnix upto now, but I think now will be the time. Thanks again for this port - I'll give it a whirl.

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VooDoo 
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Posted on 14-Jul-2012 18:18:47
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Using HomeBank last 7-8 years all the time..but AmigaOS version, and is shame for no more update for AOS :(

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Moxee 
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Posted on 14-Jul-2012 23:38:32
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This looks good!

I was using DeskTop Budget for a long time until an OS update (3.9?) banished DTB to the dust bin of history. That Canadian company (Gold Disk?) had already left the scene so there was not any updates for DTB to fix whatever was broken.

I eventually bought a 2nd hand Gates Crate so I could run Quicken. I don't know if I can change from Quicken now. I remember trying out HomeBank ages ago. I do prefer using AmigaOS for everything I can.

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CygnusEd 
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Posted on 15-Jul-2012 11:11:50
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@raumfahre
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Thanks for this port Edgar, I've resisted installing AmiCygnix upto now, but I think now will be the time. Thanks again for this port - I'll give it a whirl.

Hey - on more AmiCygnix user
Would be nice, if you post some of your experiences while using the AmiCygnix version of Homebank

@VooDoo
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Using HomeBank last 7-8 years all the time..but AmigaOS version, and is shame for no more update for AOS :(

Yes, I know what you mean. But from a developers point of view I can understand his decision. Supporting Linux and Windows means: More users, better development tools and - I must admit - coding an application with GTK+ is much easier than with Reaction or MUI.

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I eventually bought a 2nd hand Gates Crate so I could run Quicken. I don't know if I can change from Quicken now. I remember trying out HomeBank ages ago. I do prefer using AmigaOS for everything I can.

Homebank supports the import of Quicken files, but I don't know how good this works. Just try it and if not, there is also an uninstall script

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Moxee 
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Posted on 15-Jul-2012 20:23:06
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@ CygnusEd

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I eventually bought a 2nd hand Gates Crate so I could run Quicken. I don't know if I can change from Quicken now. I remember trying out HomeBank ages ago. I do prefer using AmigaOS for everything I can.


Homebank supports the import of Quicken files, but I don't know how good this works. Just try it and if not, there is also an uninstall script.


Wow! I didn't know that. Sure, I'll be checking it out.

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VooDoo 
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Posted on 16-Jul-2012 19:20:34
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Just now try this Homebank version and is cool, like option for import files from old Homebank (AmigaOS) ,this version have some now option and no old bug..but still AmigaOS version is enough for me!

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Paul 
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Posted on 18-Jul-2012 23:16:03
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I don't know if I can change from Quicken now


As far as I can tell, you need to export your data from Quicken. It will create the needed .QIF file for importing into Homebank. I don't use Quicken, so I need to ask my wife to look at the import results and see if they're useable or not.

Edgar,

when using homebank on my Cygnix setup, I've lost the mouse cursor three times now. Not knowing a keyboard shortcut for getting out of Cygnix and back to workbench, I've hard rebooted from the case switch to get going again. Is this a bug?

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CygnusEd 
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@Paul
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when using homebank on my Cygnix setup, I've lost the mouse cursor three times now. Not knowing a keyboard shortcut for getting out of Cygnix and back to workbench, I've hard rebooted from the case switch to get going again. Is this a bug?

I've never heard about this problem. Maybe another tool running in the background is responsible for this??
Anyway, you can stop the X server with the key combination "LAmiga + RAmiga + Q".

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