For most PayPal transaction types, everything needed to keep your PayPal account in balance is created, including transactions to represent your sales, purchases, and fees.
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10.96: Fixed handling for US Postal Service payments as they were being ignored.
10.95: No longer truncate Payment – received type transaction document numbers. Better labels for auto-generated memos.
10.93b: Changes to installer related to repairing the QuickBooks connection.
10.93: For better list matching, now retain double-quotes for text and list fields instead of replacing with two single quotes.
10.92: Ensure that addresses don’t include embedded tabs, which will mess up the IIF file.
10.83b: Changes to installer to better find QuickBooks installations during the install process.
10.83: Update handling for Tax collected by partner transactions to use the correct name and accounting.
10.82: Updates to mapping dialog to handle changes in the PayPal file format.
10.71: Handle case for “Partner Fees” transactions where those fees are for holding back sales tax from an eBay sale.
10.69: Update to handle newer transaction types correctly.
10.61: Set and correctly display good through date in About dialog for certain upgrade paths.
10.57: Installer update related to integration issues specific to 32-bit computers. Add to be emailed to eBay import. Honor setting to use a specific customer name for eBay sales. Fix Invoice/Sales Receipt numbering. Update instructions for PayPal download.
10.55: Change the way check worksheet results are copied. Better messaging when entering a key for the wrong product.
10.53b: Installer changes related to integration issue.
10.53: Resolve QuickBooks integration issues with recent QB patch releases.
10.52: Detect recent QB releases while integrating to avoid QB crash.
10.51: Update to support new eBay download file format.
10.48: Notice if a generic payment is sent or received an adjust the fee to have the correct sign for each type.
10.43: Now force names that must be customers, based on all the transactions in the PayPal file, to be customers (this prevents two names from being set up in some cases.)
10.42: More connection error details & solutions. Memos on payments sent no longer truncated. Fix to customer address names. For shopping cart files, cart order now the same as PayPal cart.
10.39: Fix issue where invoices numbers all became “eBay” instead of the appropriate number based on user settings.
10.32: Fix eBay/PayPal integration code after PayPal eliminated key fields from their download file. Make document numbering more consistent.
10.31: Changes for QB 2019 (more!) including new help links. Update changes to invoice numbering and payment Name and sale number matching for eBay and PayPal download files.
10.29: Reverse the invoice numbering sequence as PayPal reversed the transaction order in their download files.
10.26: Changes to accommodate QuickBooks 2019 and Enterprise 19.0
10.21: Handle changes to the PayPal download file relating to eBay sales and email addresses, to now capture the PayPal customer email address as the eBay address is no longer available.
10.19: Changes to About & Purchase dialog to handle more than one product key. Fix for Excel 2016 to resolve issue where app would not load properly.
10.18: Changes in logic for payments received where there are quantities greater than 1, usually in cases where cart details are available in the download file.
10.16: Add option for customer refunds account.
10.14: Changes to the way integrated group items are stored in the list cache to handle larger groups.
10.13: Improvements to Payments with cart item details.
10.11: Changes to work around missing and incorrect data in PayPal download files and handle both older style and newer style download files.
10.09: Changes to accommodate PayPal download file name and address formatting issues.