According to your thinking, you should remove “*.qif, *.ofx, *.qfx, *.qbo, *.sta, *.swi, *.940, *.iif, *.csv” because that information is also in the guide and very clear.
Why in the world do you have all the extensions listed on this page in Manager?
Personally, I would appreciate having a list of the exact text of the headers near the Browse button. My memory is so far away from being a photographic memory. I cannot just glance at the Guide and remember everything on the page. So, having some queue.
I have yet to find two different banks that give you the same CSV when you download transactions. So, I always have to fix up whatever the bank gives me. Most banks that I have seen have the date column with a header of “Date.” But one bank calls it “Date Posted,” and another gives me a double-spaced file with no headers at all!
I think Lubos would agree that giving me a reminder (of what columns Manager handles and the exact text of each header) is much easier than programming Manager to handle all CSV formats (with all possible header names for Date, Description, etc.).
I also wonder how you think I was able to guess exactly right all the column headings without referring to the Guide?
Overall, Manager appears to me to be so meticulously designed to save the user time and effort. So I would think that NOT having a reminder of the exact column headings would be inconsistent with Manager’s overall design.
That’s my opinion. But actually, my opinion is not important. I am only a customer. Manager belongs to you.