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Dashboard Totals don't match "Banks Full" vs. "Report Graph"

rowka
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Hello,

I'm using Skrooge 2.4.0 with many bank accounts in several currencies + stocks. Since a long time I'm trying to figure out why on my dashboard I have two different totals (of all accounts).

The "Banks Full" shows me ~12% more, a lot more more than a few missing transactions could make in difference.

When I create a simple new skrooge file with dummy data I can't reproduce it.
Any hints what would be missing from my graph? Ticking all operation types does not bring it closer either.

Shouldn't the numbers at the red dots match? I'm comparing "Total 30.09.16" from "Banks Full" with the month columns 2016-09 / 2016-10.

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Hi,

If you want to have the same values, you must take into account all operation in "Report Graph".
So, you must activate the combo boxes named "Grouped", "Transfers" and "Tracked".


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rowka
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Hi,
as I wrote, activating all checkboxes only makes marginal difference. The graph total is still >10% lower than that of "Banks".
When I go to the Accounts page, it shows "today balance" that matches the one of the graph.

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Hi,

Could you provide me an anonymized file where the difference is reproducible?
If yes, my email is in the "About" of skrooge.


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sure, I have just sent it out.
Thanks a lot for your assistance!
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Hi,
The error is because, in "Unit" page, you set "S€" as unit of your primary unit.
A primary unit can not have a unit.

You can correct your issue by changing the "Unit" of "Euro (EUR)" to nothing (blank).

I did a correction to avoid this kind of inconsistency:
https://quickgit.kde.org/?p=skrooge.git ... e8cec8c2e6

Regards.
Stéphane


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Oh, thanks a lot!! I don't know why I'd select something like that for my currency, it must have been accidentally.
Anyway, your suggestion fixed the amounts instantly.

Great work and thanks again for the assistance! ^-^

 
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