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SEE Finance 2.2

Scimonoce Software has released SEE Finance 2.2, bringing numerous adjustments for compatibility with macOS 11 Big Sur and adding support for M1-based Macs. The personal finance app changes how the program identifies itself for OFX Direct Connect downloads (which may require reactivation or additional verification), adjusts account downloads to process any successfully downloaded accounts when others fail, stops applying last-used settings for transactions when selecting adjustment payees, improves loading time of the Calendar viewing option, resolves an issue where the split transactions could be out of order when generated from a scheduled transaction, and addresses a problem connecting to Vanguard (and possibly other institutions) due to not returning requested cookies from previous connections. Normally priced $49.99, SEE Finance is on sale for a limited time for $39.99 from the Scimonoce Software Web site and the Mac App Store. ($49.99 new, free update, 49.5 MB, release notes, macOS 10.12+)

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  1. After I installed the upgrade, I emailed Scimonoce and said I was glad to see that they were still around after being so quiet (no updates) and after the reports here and elsewhere about support no longer responding/being available. I got a reply back from “Patrick” thanking me for contacting them – but no more details. At least there’s someone minding the store there now!

  2. Yes, the indomitable Patrick is back at the lead. SeeFinance is a fantastic piece of software - far and away the best of its kind - and fully compatible with Big Sur etc. Rock solid, easy to use and does almost everything most people would want - in an elegant and reliably flexible way.

  3. After holding on to Quicken 2007 past the sell-by 64-bit date, I tried Banktivity, but I found the fussy transaction entry was too much trouble. It was the single line transaction entry in SEE Finance that sold me. Since I only use it for checkbook balancing, it works fine for me.

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