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N_C_H_josh

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  1. There's an Amplify effect under the Levels menu, but I don't believe that there's a db meter in the Mac version. The Windows version does show the db meter in the lower right corner.

  2. Unfortunately, we don't store the shortcuts in a user friendly format, so it's not easy to print a list. If you don't have a long list, you could just open FastFox and take a screenshot. If you have more than one screen full, you might have to take multiple screenshots.

  3. Yes, that's the correct behavior of both programs. When you use Express Invoice with Inventoria, the Inventoria turnover report will not update, as it is expected that you will use the turnover report from Express Invoice itself. To do this from Express Invoice, go to Reports -> Item Sales -> (select time period as desired) -> view.

     

    When you're using Sync, Express Invoice picks up the item data from Inventoria and Inventoria updates the stock levels. You should be using Express Invoice for Invoicing and Inventoria for Stock control.

     

    The only case when the Sales history is populated is if Inventoria is used on its own and the 'Sell stock' option is used as an alternative to invoicing. In your case, this should not be used.

  4. Unfortunately, MoneyLine won't be able to handle the two amount fields. You could move the payments and deposits in your bank's CSV file into one column and multiply the payments by -1, but MoneyLine is looking for one amount field.

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