OK- now I have a new note: I think my particular search phrase
must have deposited me here on page 2 of this discussion. I just
happened across the Top post on Page 1 that gives a link to a
MoneyDance Extension that offers the very Forecaster graph that
we're discussing. Is this correct?
The .mxt MD extension file produces an error upload loading for
its identity not being authenticated. Also, it is labeled as
produced by "Kevin Stembridge" who has commented earlier in this
thread, but not since apparently developing this mxt.
The most confusing part is that the post with the link for
download is date 2010, but Scott Meehan (MD Support) post just
above is dated Oct 2012. Will this 'unapproved' extension send my
account details to some unknown party without my knowledge, or is
My apologies for my having scanned only the newest 20 posts and
for not having read this thread from the beginning. The last of the
thread speaks only of the missing feature, and not that there is a
SOLUTION that makes the feature available right now.
And apparently it is the legitimate creation from Kevin
Stembridge -- and he has continued to update his Forecaster code I
see... it's looking pretty good, offers a lot of functionality, and
has saved me from reverting to Quicken's measly Mac version.
(I wish there was a 'Donate' option for Kevin's work -- in my
mind he deserves a chunk of the cash I will soon be sending to
MoneyDance to license my trial copy -- I couldn't have chosen this
software to rely on for my money management without the Forecaster
Thanks for the kind words and I'm glad the extension is useful to
Yes, it is my legitimate offspring but I've never actually
submitted it to Moneydance to have them review and digitally sign
it. Hence the warning on installation. I've just been lazy about
getting it reviewed but I've had a few people wonder about its
legitimacy so I think I'll get that process under way.
I too use the Forecaster extension, so I definitely encourage
you to go through the review process. If you need any help with it
drop me a line at Angie (at) infinitekind (dot) com, and thanks for
this great tool.