Running 2022.5(4091) it works for me, see screen shot.
Try clicking RESET then set upthe parameters again – OK.
I assume you have used a extension such as Quote Loader to update the exchange rate under TOOLS – CURRENCIES – US DOLLAR?
Moneydance expresses the exchange rate as one Foreign Currency equals X Base Currency. In our case one US Dollars equals X British pounds. We normally think of the reciprocal value one British Pound equals X US Dollars.
Moneydance has always done it this way round, not sure why.
Your right, I don’t know why you cant set the Currency History: to British Pound (in our case Base Currency) Relative to: Foreign currency (in our case US Dollar). One for Support or the Moneydance developer Sean.
Sean Reilly on 30 Sep, 2022 03:48 PM
I'm sorry, it should be possible to select any currency for both the range or domain of that graph. I see that it works in the other direction, but graphing the base currency relative to your preferred currency should also work but doesn't. This is a bug that I've just finished fixing for the next update. Thank you for the report!