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We migrated to AccountRight 2019.1 from Accountright Premier 19.15 with not too many issues, so far at least. We uploaded all of our forms, most of which are customised.
We have a quote form with a Unit price column, discount column and extended price column in that order. The extended price column has the $ in front of the value in the ExAmount data field. However, the $ in front of the value in the ExPrice data field in the Unit price column is missing. Not sure how to get it back or edit the data field?
We have a few similar issues around. Fixing this one might give me some insight regarding solving the others!
Cheers in advance for any advice.
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Pretty sure this was on of the know issues with the 2019.1 that are supposed to have been fixed with the 2019.2 release.
If you don't have 2019.2 available in your my.myob it will be very soon as it was released to partners last week and is due for full release tomorrow 15th.
As soon as it is available download and run the install.
Upgrade your file to your desktop and check everything works then go online with the file.
2019.2 seems to have only parted fixed the issues.
The prices are still formatted to 6 decimal places which is far more annoying then the missing $
Really wish the developers and MYOB would take these issues seriously and fixed them the 1st time arround.
Now we need to wait (maybe) another 2-3 months before they fix the bug added into 2019.1
Really wish they had of fixed this in 2019.2 like MYOB promised they would.
Guys, thanks for the update info and advice, appreciated. So in the meantime the solutions is manual correction of forms? Is there another way until the next bug fix comes through?
There is no workaround for the 6 decimal places other than editing the ex GST price before invoices to be 2 decimal places and no option to add the missing $ from the unit price column.
Updating today to 2019.2 fixed the $ issue as advised, thank you. Our values are also two decimal place so I guess it might be about how you are storing the value in your item card? We last updated prices from a spreadsheet using two decimal place values.
How do you edit the 6 deicmals down to 2 decimals in the ex GST field on your invoices?