There's lots of analysis to be done on stocks that doesn't require constantly updating prices! If not, please advise so that I can move on and find alternatives to updates my spreadsheets.
SG I hope the people working on Numbers can remedy this problem soon. I am not a "geek" and therefore not interested in script solutions.
Is this a monetary issue or just a management issue?
While this may not be silent, it is still being taken away.You will, however, want to change "My Sheet" to the actual name of your sheet (tab) and "My Quotes" to the actual name of the table where you want the quotes.(The name of the sheet and the name of the table need to be in quotes just as my dummy names are). If so, you can simply leave the 1 as is, and don't worry about entering the name of your document.The 1 simply means the currently "frontmost" document.To use SG's script, posted in the 'other thread' linked above, you need only follow the five steps clearly stated in his post that contains the script, and, if necessary, make the change he describes in System Preferences.Once that is done, you can open the script in Script Editor, Select the table "My Quotes" and click the Run button in Script editor.This only started happening a few days ago, but any help in understanding why it's happening and what, if anything, I can do to get it fixed would be great.Yes, it's updating on Yahoo Finance but still not in my spreadsheet. It can be a little confusing when first starting out with scripts, though I tried to make this one as easy to configure as possible.It is a shame that what used to work no longer does, so you have to figure out a feature that they touted in just the previous release as a latest and greatest feature. Many people aren't day traders and use spreadsheets to perform analysis that does not require "live" quotes.And for those occasions when you really do need up-to-the-minute quotes you can still get them via a script.As much as I'd like to fiddle around under the hood using some of the programming language suggested in the other thread, I'd rather just have a close-to-live quote formula that works. The whole idea of working with Apple was to be provided with solutions that were intuitive.You shouldn't have to work so hard to get stock updates that are readily available on i Phone stock quotes (via Yahoo).It's getting tiring when features that you program complicated sheets with suddenly become removed with no reason.