How would this differ from say Quicken Home and Business?
Congrats! I used to work for an agency that had an account on here back in 2008 or 2009. I remember back then someone had made a thread that said they had found the site and it changed their life around. I don’t recall the specifics, but they were able to make money doing what they loved to do and it opened up new doors for him/her and their family.
I based my account name primarily on the fact that I love kangaroos. They’re my top four favorite animals, next to Corgis and giraffes and penguins. Secondly, I envisioned a beautiful logo when I came up with the user name, albeit slightly inebriated at the time. I still have the sketches in a book, but I’ve never had the time to materialize it let alone work on anything to put up on here. Basically, a lot of excuses in two years. I’ve spent the last eight months overseeing some iOS development for a large LA based agency and am finishing up my contract in roughly three weeks. Hopefully I’ll have a few months of fun and me time where I can work on my favorite hobbies, such as development.
Sorry for the boring tale.
I did. Took me about three hours to wade through the thread. I have a background in accounting and finance. Easy for me, I guess, not so much others.
Cool. Just did it. I remember begging Collis to do this years ago. Takes a load off of my mind come tax time or quarterly.
I guess that was temporary…
The issue has reemerged. I’ve made sure my about:config settings allow custom fonts, the advanced content settings in Firefox have been double checked to allow custom fonts to download. I’ve tried it with a clean profile both on this computer and another. I’ve disabled all extensions and nothing seems to work. It appears only webkit enabled browsers show it correctly. This is Firefox 27.
Edit: It appears Ruben was having issues a few months ago like I am on FF 25. Not sure if he’s still experiencing the same issues.http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/marketplace-broken-icons-in-firefox/113135
Edit 2: And now they’re back. This is really, really, really strange. They go away for a few hours then come back.
This issue is now resolved. I had a rogue extension causing rendering issues. Thank you for your help, JoomFX.
No luck with that. I clear out my cache daily, and just did against twice just in case.
I would like to address an issue I’ve spotted in Firefox versions 25-27 where the glyph font icons are showing up as code instead of the icon. Browsers such as Opera, Safari or Chrome are showing them correctly. IE is not showing them at all, but as it’s IE, it’s to be expected.