ForceQuotes: YesEnabling this option requires that you accept one additional download statement each time Getdata is run, regardless of your CombineOFX setting. At this time, the option should only be enabled for non-US versions of Money, and only if you're having problems downloading quotes. Additionally, Money must be open before executing Getdata with ForceQuotes enabled. If Money is closed, it may not update correctly, but it shouldn't hurt anything either. Re-running Getdata with Money open will overwrite whatever happened the first time. Be sure to follow the additional "accept statement into Money" prompt before pressing Enter to continue.
While focusing on quotes, I also went back and rewrote the Yahoo "screen scrape" code, in hopes of providing support for stocks/funds that aren't explicitly supported by Yahoo's quote service. This feature is especially critical for non-US versions of Money, so it made since to look at it again. As before, capturing html output and finding the pieces that we want is troublesome, and all but guaranteed to eventually fail (when Yahoo changes their output formatting... again). Nevertheless, the beta code works for the few foreign funds that I've tested, and will hopefully continue to do so. As before, you must enable the following option in sites.dat to use this feature:
EnableYahooScrape: YesEnabling the "scrape" option does not affect quotes that are correctly provided by the standard Yahoo quote service, since the routine only gets called if the primary quote request fails to return a valid response.