I’ve run into a bug which is discussed here. In summary, after entering a single time activity, hitting “next” or “previous” causes problems.
With the following Applescript, when you’re finished entering a time activity, you hit ctrl+n (or whatever shortcut you choose), and voilà:
- you have a saved entry
- a new blank form
- you can scroll to previous and next to your heart’s content!
That is – it works the way it’s supposed to, lol
Here’s the code:
tell application “System Events”
tell process “QuickBooks 2010″
click button “OK” of window “Enter Single Activity”
perform action “AXPress” of menu item “Enter Single Activity” of menu 1 of menu item “Time Tracking” of menu 1 of menu bar item “Employees” of menu bar 1
Here’s what you do:
- Paste the above script into AppleScript Editor
- Save the file (as a script) to: /[your user folder here]/Library/Scripts/Applications/QuickBooks/Save time activity and create new.scpt
- If you have an script menu app (FastScripts is the absolute best!), you can assign a shortcut to it, like ctrl+n)