StockMarketEye v3.1.1 Released

We are proud to announce the release of StockMarketEye v3.1.1 for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.

This release contains a number of important bug fixes including a fix for the chart being too large and hiding the contents of the selected watchlist or portfolio.

Below is a complete list of the additions and changes in this version of StockMarketEye.

What’s New In StockMarketEye v3.1.1

New and Updated Features

  • Added Edward Jones to Brokerage import.
  • Added Interest-out distribution type to support accrued interest payments for bonds.
  • Added “Reset” menu items under “View” menu to allow resetting window and view sizes to defaults.
  • Added Back-In-Time columns: “Close”, “Open”, “Day high”, “Day low”, “Percent” and “Change”.
  • Allow removing symbol from interest-in and interest-out transactions.
  • When importing from brokerage, show informational pop-up if placeholders were created, with link to new placeholders documentation in the User’s Guide.
  • When setting placeholder purchase dates in brokerage import, use different timestamps per item so sorting is consistent.
  • When needing to enter a file name, a default file is proposed on all platforms except the Mac App Store version.
  • 1D chart ensures that it is not using old data for the previous day’s red line.
  • Add the version info back into the status line

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed chart size being too large, hiding the watchlist/portfolio contents.
  • Fixed incorrect 52Wk high/low when splits have occurred on the stock during the last 52 weeks.
  • Fixed problem with OFX files that have extra spaces in the header values.
  • Fixed: After coming back from computer sleep, don’t run quote retrievals that would have occurred during sleep.
  • Fixed: Yellow info popups over symbol name stick and block, especially when double-clicking to view details.
  • Fixed: The Back-In-Time report always shows zero Daily gains.
  • Fixed: Backup file name in portfolio sync wizard on Mac App Store version doesn’t accept file.

If you are using StockMarketEye 3, we highly recommend that you upgrade to this version. This is a free update for those already using StockMarketEye 3.

Haven’t yet updated to StockMarketEye 3? What better time than now!

7 comments on “StockMarketEye v3.1.1 Released”

  1. Kenneth Davis

    Are there any plans in the future update/upgrades to add drawing tools to the charting graphics.?

    I like enjoy this software very much and use it daily. Thanks for staying on top of the needed fixes.

  2. admin

    Yes, we have plans to add drawing support (such as for support/resistance) to the chart area a couple of versions down the road. We’ve got a couple of other useful features in the pipeline before we can get to it, however.

    Thanks for using StockMarketEye. Don’t forget to tell your friends about it!

  3. Les G

    Just trying SME for the first time, this is pretty good. I’ve been using ProTA but definitely too pricey. However, for me to make the switch, I agree with the previous commenter, I need the ability to draw on the charts, especially open ended lines (“rays”), this is critical. As you design that feature, please make sure the drawings are stored and persisted, otherwise it (almost) useless. I’ve see other programs do that (not persist drawings, it’s not the right approach. Also, I would suggest adding shortcuts, that should be pretty easy, and it adds a lot of convenience. For instance, shortcuts on the charts to zoom in/out (CMD +/-) and to select a specific range (like 1Day=CMD 1, 5D=CMD 2, etc.).
    Great work, I will for sure have more comments/feedback as I play with it during the trial, is there a better place to provide them?
    Cheers

  4. admin

    Thanks for trying StockMarketEye!

    Persistence of drawn lines is something that others have also mentioned so we’ll be sure to include that feature when we add chart drawing.

    We’ll see about the range keyboard shortcuts in our next version. For zooming, you can also select an area in the chart with the mouse (left-to-right) to zoom that specific area. Zoom back by selecting right-to-left with the mouse.

    In the future, feel free to email your comments/feedback/questions to me at [email protected]

  5. Les G

    Thanks for the answer.

  6. Richard

    Hi, I’m considering buying StockMarketEye.

    Any update on being able to draw on charts? Important for me.

    Thanks.

  7. admin

    Drawing on the chart is still on our development to-do list. We have a couple of other larger features which will come first, so it won’t be added in the near future, but it is something we are planning on adding.

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