You should be able to upgrade your current trial version to build
792 without effecting the 100 txn limit on manually entered
Hang onto your installation file for 785 just incase.
Totally understood - I know that I can run the actual post-785 code as a demo but I would hope that the Moneydance developers would regress any bugfixes back to the last supported version of all supported code chains. The way I understand the current code trains, they have 2010 and 2011 - the latest for the former is build 785 so aren't all bugfixes committed to both trains to maintain consistency?
Requiring users to pay an upgrade for a bugfix resolving something broken that used to work is a very poor business model...
From what I understand, the reconciliation window issue was
something that worked properly in MD 2010 but cropped back up in MD
The latest stable build of MD 2011 is build 790. http://moneydance.com/other
Again the latest daily is build 792
HTH -Kevin N.
hmmm - not sure...it might be helpful to know what the last supported 2010 build is. the last known good I had with this issue was build 743 which is branded as 2010r2. Is 785 not still part of the 2010 train? I am able to run it without a license upgrade...
MD 2010r3 Build 757 was the final incarnation of MD 2010: http://moneydance.com/download/2010/
785 should be an MD 2011 build. Look under Help > About
Moneydance or Help > Console Window to make sure.
HTH -Kevin N.