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SEE Finance 1.1.2

Scimonoce Software has released SEE Finance 1.0.10 with improvements to the personal finance app’s backup feature. The update adds the Generate Backup option to the File menu to create a backup file on demand, backs up changed files every 24 hours if the backup feature is enabled, and adds another check to ensure that SEE Finance has read/write access to the designated backup location. The release also removes PDF thumbnail views from reports, transaction image windows, and statement image windows when using macOS 10.12 Sierra; avoids a crash related to loading read-only or locked files; and removes the keyboard shortcut to show the transactions image window as it conflicted with the shortcut to clear a selected transaction’s recently downloaded icon. For a limited time, SEE Finance costs $39.99 ($10 off its regular price) from both Scimonoce Software and the Mac App Store. ($49.99 new, free update, 32.2 MB, release notes, 10.6+)

 

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Dennis B. Swaney  2017-01-03 00:31
Still no iOS app. That has been a long "the check is in the mail" promise. I believe it is "vaporware". Until there is a full iOS version that can sync with the desk top version, I will not consider buying this application.
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texvan  An apple icon for a TidBITS Supporter 2017-01-05 00:01
I am using Version 0.9.18 (0.9.18.0) and when I check for updates it informs me that I am up to date.

I find this program to be very good at keeping track of my finances. I formerly used Quicken for many years.
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Adam Engst  An apple icon for a TidBITS Staffer 2017-01-06 19:02
The current version really is 1.1.2, so perhaps the Check for Updates system inside your version is broken. Check the company's Web site for an update you can download manually.
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