On Tue, Jun 21, 2016 at 12:20 PM, toki <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Maybe you can find that which you seek, here -
a) The extension in question doesn't use data from that site;
b) Of the dozen Australian companies whose stock symbols I know, it
provided the wrong data 100% of the time.
c) I don't know the OP (Chris's) use-case, but I suspect that neither
cut and paste, nor importing files,
are a viable option.
(For the financial forecasts I make, using Calc, it takes an hour per
forecast to transcribe data, plus the time it
takes to ensure that the right data went in the right place. The
problem that this extension is supposed to solve.)
Thanks all for your reply.
Looks like there's not much I/ we can do to fix this issue.
I think I'll just move to Numbers that comes free with Mac. There seems to
be some Apple script out there that apparently works without a hitch.
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