Allow Entry Of "Overridden" Costs/Fill, Cost/Gal.?
I like the improvements which you folks have made over the past year or so. But I take exception to the way that some rounding "distorts" amounts!
For example, I always take the fill up to the nearest nickel (5 US cents), and leave no pennies out there! Yet on my last fill on your site, instead of $21.00, as shown on my receipt for 9.549 gallons of gas at $2.119/gallon, you're showing 20.998! On the Windows calculator, $20.998251 is computed, indicating that you're rounding to the nearest tenth of a cent, where you should be rounding to the nearest cent.
Or better yet, put a check-box next to the amount that allows the user to override the computed cost (within a certain margin) to put the EXACT amount spent without re-computing it! (Same with price/gallon--it shouldn't recalculate if I enter my exact cost of the fill.)
Theoretically, I shouldn't see any pennies in any of my averages, and so my Systems Analyst mind does "WTF?"s every time I see that stuff!
Hopefully this makes "cents!" (Or won't, in the case of my averages! )
Please look at my October 7, 2013 entry--I just tried to correct it by changing the total to $43.25, and it still rounds up to 26 cents.
Also, when I go in to edit my most recent entry, the amount shows 20.998.
That's what I'm talking about--on the gas receipt, I enter the miles from my tripmeter(s) before I reset them, and the price/gallon, gallons dispensed, and total cost is printed on the receipt. (I also note the time since last fill, as well as the average mph to calculate city/highway spread, which is on my car's trip computer, and which resets with the tripmeter(s).) I should be able to enter those values without any computations being done in the page code if I wish, and have my averages and stats computed from those "raw" numbers I enter.