Several Questions on Quote Loader

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22 Jan, 2023 12:07 AM

1) What is the meaning of "New Price"
2) Using a Yahoo source for Vanguard funds I'm getting price dates from last year. What more info do you need.

I was looking for a version number, but didn't see it anywhere. Running on macOS Ventura on an m1-Imac.


  1. 1 Posted by Stuart Beesley ... on 22 Jan, 2023 07:30 AM

    Stuart Beesley (Mr Toolbox)'s Avatar

    Tools/extensions/manage extensions/installed will tell you the build number

  2. 2 Posted by derekkent23 on 22 Jan, 2023 09:06 AM

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    I am not support staff, just a user.
    Hi wa1oui

    New Price is the price retrieved after you click Get Price button.

    Take a look at the PDF attached to post 332 at
    and have a read.

    To get an overview take a look at the YouTube videos by using the links on page 1 and 2 of the PDF.

    The Quick Start Video is intended to give a quick overview so the user can see if Quite loader looks like it could work for them. The Short Video expands the user’s knowledge giving more detail. The Full Video goes even further but may be to wordy for some.
    The PDF reinforces what’s leaned in the videos, provides step by step instructions, a must read and provide answers on how to handle less obvious issues some users may come across.

    As for the Vanguard funds post the ticker, full Security Name and last price you have and I will take a look.

    The Quote Loader build number can be seen at the top of the Quote Loader window itself as well as under Extensions – Manage Extensions. Currently is 3058.

    Hope this helps.

  3. 3 Posted by wa1oui on 22 Jan, 2023 12:29 PM

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    Thanks to all for answers and where to find more info. I'm all set now!

  4. wa1oui closed this discussion on 22 Jan, 2023 12:29 PM.

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