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Hide decimals feature

August 15, 2015

aticon57 atficon57 If anyone uses the hide decimals feature in Account Tracker, would you mind getting in touch. I would like to understand exactly what you use it for. Thanks!

  1. Árpád
    September 19, 2015 at 8:17 am

    Hey Graham. I am using that feature because my primary currency is Hungarian Forint and we do not have any smaller units than the 1Forint unit.

    I have a very serious issue since I upgraded to iOS 9. Maybe a little example will help:
    • Previously, before iOS 9, I used to enter amounts in Hungarian Forints without decimals, 1234 Forints for example
    • Since I upgraded to iOS 9, that amount became 12,34 Forints
    • If I turn on the hide decimal feaure, it becomes 12 Forints

    So, basically, all the amounts I entered before iOS 9 are divided by 100 and the app is useless. Could you please direct me how to fix the issue?

    • September 19, 2015 at 8:53 am

      Hi, this is a fundamental change made by Apple (without warning). They have decided to reintroduce decimals for the HUF currency, I don’t know why, especially since they haven’t been used for a long time. Unfortunately it isn’t easy to fix. A simple workaround is to use another currency with no decimals. Examples are AFN, ALL, AMD, BIF, BYR, … etc. However that won’t work so well with exchange rates.

      • Árpád
        September 20, 2015 at 1:32 pm

        I cahnged to JPY, but I switched back because of the exchange rates. Now everything is in HUF and I manually changed the amounts for all the transactions, however …

        • when I view things in ATB Viewer, every amount in HUF is 100 larger
        • when the Account Tracker (on iPhone) is calculating the exchange rate, it treats 123,00 as 12300, so the exchange rates are incorrect again, but the amounts are displayed correctly.

        • September 20, 2015 at 4:01 pm

          That’s right – Apple have only made this fundamental change on iOS 9, not on other iOS versions, nor on OSX. My app has a built in assumption that there are no decimals used with the HUF currency, and that affects the exchange rate too. As I said, unfortunately it’s not an easy fix.

  2. Malcolm Goodman
    August 16, 2015 at 6:26 am

    Hi Graham

    Could I once again just say how absolutely superb your money app is – very many thanks!


    …………………………….. Malcolm Goodman MBE http://www.malcolmgoodman.com Sent from my iPhone

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