Instead of basing the type of transaction it is (deposit or withdrawal) from the transaction type (as most of us presume should be the right way) it takes the type of transaction based on if it is a positive or negative amount.
To try it restore a Moneydance backup - which creates a new data set with no syncing and try it out on that. If it works, well and good, if it doesn't then you are working on a separate data set that you will end up deleting anyways so no harm done.
Ethan on 01 Aug, 2020 09:33 PM
It really depends on how your other accounts are formatting their data files. You could post examples of your other accounts' files and we can see how they import on our end, but I think the 'trying it out for yourself' approach dwg suggests may be an easier first step, since presumably you would immediately know if something was off. If something seems to be going wrong, we can then try to dig deeper to see what's happening.
I do not recall anyone reporting any problems when using this option, however the programmers employed by the bank's have been getting ever more 'creative' in the transaction files they have been producing. Chase's blatantly wrong QIF files being the one I always recall.