Display bug on the Income v Expense report

Good morning all,
I have already reported this bug to the YNAB team but I do not yet see the requested correction while the software has undergone many improvements for several weeks.
In the "income v expense" report, the totals are shifted down, they are not aligned with the text "Net income".
Do you see the same thing on your screens?
It's a detail, I admit, but it would be nice if a correction was made.
Thank you.
JF de France (with Google Translate!)

9replies Oldest first
  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Active threads
  • Popular
  • That's just the design as far as I can tell. You may prefer the toolkit Income vs. Expense report as it shows the values on the same line like you're expecting.

    Like 1
  • Hi Jieffe ! Thanks for checking in on this. I do see the same, and the alignment is consistent across our supported browsers (I checked Chrome/Safari/Firefox), so it looks intentional.

    One of our designers is investigating, and I'll post an update when I hear back!

    Like
      • Jieffe
      • French geek, lover of numbers
      • jieffe
      • 5 mths ago
      • Reported - view

      Nicole Thanks Nicole. 

      Like
    • Jieffe The verdict is in! This is by design, and not considered a bug.

      We're always looking to improve the apps and I've passed on your feedback here! I can't make any promises on if or when you may see it change in the app, but it is on our Design team's radar now—and all requests are considered as we plan for future updates.

      Like 1
      • Jieffe
      • French geek, lover of numbers
      • jieffe
      • 5 mths ago
      • 1
      • Reported - view

      Nicole It's not a good design! Ah ah! 

      Like 1
      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
      • Reported - view

      Nicole what is the reason for the misalignment?

      Like
    • dakinemaui The "Net Income" is treated as a header. If you look at the rest of the report, there's "Income" and then the income sources listed beneath it, then "Expense" with expenses listed beneath it. The separation of Net Income, and the income being beneath it, follows that pattern.

      Like 2
    • Faness I would say this is a case where Net Income should not follow that pattern as you will never have multiple rows for net income.  Net Income should just be a single line with the proper sums displayed.

      Like 1
      • dakinemaui
      • dakinemaui
      • 5 mths ago
      • Reported - view

      Faness Thanks for the rationale!

      Like
Like1 Follow
  • 1 Likes
  • 5 mths agoLast active
  • 9Replies
  • 175Views
  • 6 Following