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What's new in the release for March 22nd, 2012?

The Gauges program was upgraded on March 3rd, 2012. What changes were included in this new version?

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Bug Fixes

  • Now when entering a fuel-up with the total cost the cost per will accept any decimal point to arrive at the same total cost in calculation.
  • Fixed the issue where when editing a fuel-up you were not able to change the total cost with your discounted amount.
  • You are now able to enter in the total cost before the fuel added amount and still have it calculate the cost per.
  • We've fixed the issue where if you add the "cost per" at $4.009 the system deletes the decimal and goes to $4009 per gallon.

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Thanks Aaron. You guys are the best!!!

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Thanks :*)

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Yes it does i still have ? On My main. acct do i put that in as income i put 14 cents a mile in a account that i draw from when i buy or get maintanice

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Jeff, please be sure that you start a new question with this. Maintenance Accounts should be linked to the RETAINED EARNINGS category. When you spend the money out of that account that is where you'll put it into the maintenance account to record that expense.

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hello , so i have to update program? How?

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You do not need to update the program. We update the website and everyone gets the updates. If there is an issue and you do not see the changes you may want to clear out your cache. This forces the browser to load all of the new files rather than hold on to the old ones.

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Aaron will be eternally grateful.
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