You state “Install instructions a bit confusing”.
Can you reference the PDF “Quote Loader System by Mike Bray & hleofxquotes” Page 3 and point out the bit you found confusing? Did you watch the Video on YouTube?
From: Steve Primost (not a support person, just a user)
Of course! A tip of the hat and a hoist of a beer to "hleofxquotes" for
some great dev work.
Oops, I had not read the actual PDF instructions, else it might have
been a bit easier. But having read them, a really good job, I have just
two minor suggestions.
(1) On the "drag and drop" step, clicking on the URL goes to an
unexpected page that is not the place where to download hleofxquotes. I
think it is a development site. (If I had read the instructions, I would
not have even tried it because I would have downloaded the jar file from
a previous step. I can confirm that the drag and drop works with LINUX
(Ubuntu) using Dolphin (Kubuntu).
(2) On Item 4, the step to set the Quote Source, perhaps put a small
note there that the default is "set to Do Not Load". Then the step makes
a lot of sense as well as covering a lot of discussion in the forum.
Thanks again, and also to derekkent23 for "moderating"
Your first comment regarding the link in the PDF, if I have got the wrong end of the stick please clarify.
Download the two extension “securityquoteload.mxt” and “rhumba.mxt” as well as the hleofxquotes program hleOfxQuotes.jar from here.
The here link should take you to a “Mike Bray / Moneydance 2015 / Downloads” page.
Don’t be put off by the 2015
The page list hleofxquotes extension rhuma.mxt and hleOfxQuotes.jar, Mikes extension securityquoteload.mxt, my PDF’s as well as Mikes other extensions.
When I next update the PDF I will add a comment about “Do not load” step 4 page 4.
Thanks for the Feedback, including the fact you are a Linux user.
The first comment references the case that one had not downloaded the
jar, but started the quote extension and rumba extension. In any case,
there is a pop-up window that asks that you drag-and-drop the file of
the jar into the window/pop-up. The first instruction on that pop-up is
a step saying that if you did not download the jar, here is a link to
get it. It directs you to a web site asking for a login (an obvious
developer site), and not to the "Mike Bray / Moneydance 2015 /
It is a minor point because it was apparent at this step that you had to
have the jar, either in your download folder or knew where else you had
a copy. Following the discussions, intuitively, it needed to be a fresh