Version log:

  1. Fixed the issue preventing saving of the custom exchange rate in the net worth log entry form.
  1. Fixed an issue that prevented display/creation of any reports other than the networth statement report.
  1. Fixed an issue that caused the application to hang sometimes when the user tries to print a report.
  2. Fixed an issue that caused the disappearance of the tab view in the print form on older versions of MacOS.
  1. Added dark mode support for MacOS Mojave.
  2. Improved comparison between different log periods - selection in general comparison view transfers to the detailed view.
  3. Improved data entry - your asset and liability grid will scroll to the right position as you move from one asset/liability record to the next one.
  4. Added support for a custom base currency if you don't want to use a default currency set by your MacOS.
  1. Fixed net worth log sorting issue when data were imported from the iOS version of the NetWorth Pro.
  2. Net worth report - fixed invalid layout when assets and liabilities span multiple pages.
  3. Updated net worth log comparisons - added period labels.
  4. Updated sidebar and calendar icons.
  5. Added networth changes to the main net worth log table.
  6. Improved interoperability between the iOS and the Mac applications.
  7. Added ‘Hide zero value records’ option when displaying asset/liability category’s history.
  8. Updated the annual bar chart.
  9. Updated tags view.
  10. Category history view - added a chart showing category value changes over time.
  11. Comparison view - updated statistics comparing your net worth with the ones from other countries and different US population categories.

  1. Re-design reports, add new report types.
  2. Display current values in category tables.
  3. Display number of tagged categories for each tag in the tag table.
  4. Add ‘Hide zero value records’ option when comparing net worth records.

  Known Issues:

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Click on the 'Backup to file ...' command from the backup or restore toolbar button's menu.
  2. In the backup form, choose the destination folder and click on the Save button. In case you want to use iCloud, choose the iCloud drive's folder.
  3. If you don't want to use iCloud drive, open a Finder window, find your backup file and copy it to your cloud storage.

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