Thanks a lot for your answer.
I’m sorry you did not understand my examples. Probably because as I said, I tried each number format available but none of them worked. And it is the point of my examples : not that I was getting commas instead of dots as decimal separators but that the decimal separator was misplaced not matter what number format I was using, either with dots or comas.
Here are the answers to your questions:
- My bank uses a number format like this: 2401,56 (example 1) or 0,95 (example 2)
- When importing in Manger I get instead: 240 156,00 (example 1) or 95,00 (example 2)
What is confusing is that I do have one bank statement that contains only amounts under 900 euros. Theoretically, it should work properly with either of Manager’s number format that uses comas as decimal separator whatever the thousands separator, right?
The bank number format for that is like “900,00”. So it uses comas as decimal separators.
Yet, that specific bank statement brings the same issue whatever the number format I use: I get 90 000,00 instead of 900,00
To put it this way: the thousands separator can’t be the issue here (even if I can confirm that my bank’s number format does not use anything as thousands separators: 2401,56).
Not being able to import those statements is even more frustrating knowing my bank is not a mere local bank with some obscure number format but the worldwide HSBC and I can’t see why manager can’t import HSBC’s statements. And anyhow, it’s useless if I first have to manual edit every .qif I need to import.
Manager seems a great tool, but for now I can’t use it because of this little issue.