What are customers complaining about?

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03 Apr, 2015 07:28 PM

In the past, through Moneydance was patterned almost exactly after Finder and other Mac Utilities in Mavericks on down, because of the limitations of Java, I learned to hate the look! Finally, out comes 2015. It is classy and it is fun to look at and aesthetic to boot. The first page looks exactly like Apple Mail and other utilities in Yosemite and Mavericks. Just the fonts are a little light but there may be little that can be done because of Java limitations on the Mac. Then the sidebar is opaque instead of slightly transparent like Yosemite apps but all in all, it is fine! Complaints about Moneydance 2015 are really complaints about the Yosemite look as far as I am concerned.

The registers icons are fun. They dance! Isn't that what the app is called Moneydance? Better change the name of the app if one is so concerned about being serious and left brained. The old Moneydance looked stark and clear but I never took to it. Here, the colors in the register are pastel-like and better looking than Quicken's 2015 for Mac. There are few vertical lines drawn in between column in the register. But Bank of America has a nice register on line and there are no column lines either. I think that InfiniteKind has done a great job given certain limitations. They can fiddle with the fonts to get them darker... but NOT bold. Page one number next to the accounts needs to be darker but not bolder. All in all, Moneydance is a pleasant surprise. InfiniteKind is on the right track.

  1. 1 Posted by Scott Meehan on 03 Apr, 2015 08:25 PM

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    Hi Earth22,

    Thanks for the praise and we're happy to hear that you're happy with Moneydance! Please let us know if we can be of further assistance!

    Scott Meehan
    Infinite Kind Support

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