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amigasociety 
Home Budget Application
Posted on 16-Nov-2012 2:10:12
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Anyone know of an Amiga OS 4 Home Budget application?

Tj

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p-OS 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 16-Nov-2012 9:44:42
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http://os4depot.net/index.php?function=showfile&file=office/misc/homebank.lha

I use Homebank (Amiga-Version) 3.1 for 7 years now and it is really a good tool !

3.1 has not many improvements and lacks localization. So I suggest using 3.0. Or 3.1 if English is your native language.
On OS4 you could also use the newer version I linked above. But it requires AmiCygnix and thus has a Unix like GUI. While older versions for AmigaOS use MUI.

No matter which version you choose, in my eyes it's the best home budget application for AmigaOS.

Last edited by p-OS on 16-Nov-2012 at 09:45 AM.
Last edited by p-OS on 16-Nov-2012 at 09:45 AM.

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KimmoK 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 16-Nov-2012 10:11:28
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From: Ylikiiminki, Finland

for 68k version http://aminet.net/search?query=homebank

And I believe a lot of other 68k home banking / accounts manager SW work on NG.
Several can be seen for example here: http://aminet.net/biz/misc


HINT!: While testing, report your success to IntuitionBase for other users to see.
http://www.intuitionbase.com/ossoftware.php?category=3&letter=a

Last edited by KimmoK on 16-Nov-2012 at 10:19 AM.
Last edited by KimmoK on 16-Nov-2012 at 10:14 AM.

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pampers 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 16-Nov-2012 10:57:13
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Wife - os independent and multiplatform ;)

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VooDoo 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 16-Nov-2012 11:28:38
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Using HomeBank last 10 years and for me is OK! Only you need to know that AmigaOs version is not in develop anymore :( shame..

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BillE 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 16-Nov-2012 14:03:46
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I use Money Matters by Digita. It is no longer produced but you may be able to find a second hand copy on ebay.

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scabit 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 16-Nov-2012 14:12:33
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From: Satellite Beach, FL USA

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There are a number of accounting / money management packages that run fine on Os4 using petunia but are 68k, such as:

AcashPro
BEST Business Management
Check-It-Out
EasyMoney
Finance Manager
Get Payed
Homebank
Money Matters
MUIBank
Pha$ar

and

Ultra Accounts


One of these should suit your needs. Intuitionbase's list of working 68k software has links for many of these programs...most are on Aminet.

Hope you find one you enjoy!

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Amigo1 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 16-Nov-2012 21:52:44
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..and there is AmigaMoney too. its 68k but works on AmigaOS 4.1u5

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Dirk-B 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 17-Nov-2012 5:57:48
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From: Belgium

I am using muibank for a very long time till today.

I have a thought, ...

Lets say we make a spreadsheet in turbocalc from our budget
and we would port that for example to hollywood to make a
basic gui/programme for that sheet and maybe we could even
attach more sheets, would that be feaseble to achieve?

Why i ask this? Well, because whatever budget programme you
are using there is always something that you want to change to
your own needs.

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Phantom 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 17-Nov-2012 10:24:36
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Is the author of MUIBank still active?

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Dirk-B 
Re: Home Budget Application
Posted on 17-Nov-2012 10:45:51
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From: Belgium

@Phantom

I ones had a brief contact with him about muibank, but
that is a long time ago and it was also something about
continuing the development, dont know it anymore.

But i cannot find him anymore, the only thing i can
find is this old email: presle at fiifo.u-psud.fr and his
name is David Presle.

Maybe the French Amiga Community can find him.

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