If you want to enable quotes for a non-US version, add the following option to your sites.dat file (as described in sites.template):
ForceQuotes: YesEnabling this option requires that you accept one additional download statement each time Getdata is run, regardless of your CombineOFX setting. 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. Be sure to follow the additional "accept statement into Money" prompt before pressing Enter to continue.
Support for stocks/funds that aren't explicitly supported by Yahoo's quote service has also been updated. This feature is especially critical for non-US versions of Money, but as before, relies on "screen scraping", and is certain to require maintenance over time as Yahoo changes their html formatting. 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.
A new sites.dat option, QuoteAccount, is intended for folks that need to grab quotes in multiple base currencies. This appears to be a minor need, so I didn't fully integrate support into the core code itself. Instead, I added the QuoteAccount option to sites.dat, which allows the user to specify a different account number to associate with the quote statement. When Money imports a statement, it matches this number to a Money account. Once the two are "married", Money will always associate that account pair. If a user wants "multiple currency" support for quotes, they can now install multiple copies of the scripts into unique folders, and configure each separately. Each copy can have it's own QuoteCurrency and QuoteAccount settings, and will require a unique, matching "dummy" account in Money (with matching currency setting).