Have you seen some some numbers that are grayed out and italicized your scenarios? Well, there's a good reason for that but it can be a bit complicated.

It can happen when you change your month start or day start figure, such as when your bank balance is imported or adjusted. We gray out the items that occur before the start adjustment so that the totals work out.

Here's an example of how this works:

There are a number of invoices in October due on the first of the month, however, after this, we adjusted the Month Start total to the figure you see reflected in the image below.


In Daily View, you can see that everything works out fine. On October 1, the Month Start adjustment is evident and at the end of October 2 there is a different value since we changed the Month Start figure.


Things can get a little tricky, so it's important to remember that Dryrun grays these items out so they are viewable as expected, but it's clear that they are not included in the total. If you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at hello@dryrun.com!




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