CashHaven for Linux 6.0 freeware
CashHaven is a system for paying for goods without having to handle cash. Each user is given a cash allowance. Certain users are given the privilege of begin able to ‘sell’ items through CashHaven as set in the Preferences window. As these users log into CashHaven they are able to log the sale of goods or returns. Open CashHaven by choosing CashHaven… from under the Window menu.
|Author||HOLY MACKEREL SOFTWARE|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||money manager, cash allowance, sale manager, sale, money, cash|
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|6.0||Nov 21, 2013||New Release||Transactions now display in a table format.
Fixed an error where the password was not accepted for a transaction.
The sub-total of a transaction now displays properly.
After each sale the items selected are retained in case there are many transactions needed for the same set of items. Click the CA (Clear All) button to reset the list.
The Cash transactions are now included in the Backup window.
The items for sale now appear in their own tab with a checkbox. You can set the quantity (even as decimal) and the individual sale price.
User accounts that have been created from within a user account cannot perform their own transactions.
|5.2||Nov 30, 2012||New Release||· [New] There is now a list of possible items to purchase. Double-click to add or click the checkbox. You can also edit the quantity of an item (including decimals).
· [New] The main window can now be resize yet kept in proportion - it stretches.
· [New] It is now possible for a Group Manager to set user balances for others as well as themselves.
· [New] It is now possible for a Group Manager to set a user to be locked from making transactions.
· [Fix] Transactions now store multiple lines of a sale.