Where Did All Your Money Go? Come Here To Find Out

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Bert Torfs has released WhereDidAllMyMoneyGo? version 2.2. The new release of the budget tracker adds support for Mac OS X 10.0. According to Mr. Torfs:

This version adds fully hierarchical account types, keeps hierarchical lists sorted, includes a new Profit and Loss report and re-enables printing when running native on OsX (Version 10.0 needed, Public Beta will crash).

WhereDidAllMyMoneyGo? is a personal multi-curency budget tracker based on double-entry accounting principles.

WhereDidAllMyMoneyGo? (or WDAMMG) comes in 3 versions : a 68k version for older Macs running pre-PowerPC processors, a PPC version for system 7.6 (8,1 recommended) and above, and a Carbon version for Mac OS X.

Version 2.2 adds fully hierarchical account types, keeps hierarchical lists sorted, includes a ew Profit and Loss report and re-enables printing with Mac OS X (Version 10.0 needed, Public Beta will crash). The Carbon versionis fully functional, but some visual gliches still remain - they will be fixed as soon as Metrowerks ships an updated version of their PowerPlant C++ framework.) Many more changes were included.

WDAMMG is available as shareware for US$25. You can find more information at Bert Torfsi Web site.

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