I'd like to exclude certain accounts from the "Cash" in my account Overview

The overview lists all my Savings and Checking accounts, and tally's the total as "Cash" (this is also the number displayed in my Android Widget).  That includes my Health Savings Account, rainy day funds, 'christmas' accounts, etc.  But these accounts are not liquid like cash, so they really shouldn't be included in the calculation.

I'd really like this number to only show me the money I have available in my checking accounts.  Currently, the only way I've found to exclude accounts from this overview is to Hide them Everywhere, which means I have to really dig to find them.

An ideal solution would be another 'account type' in the pulldown for "Non-liquid Savings" or something like that.  This way, I'll still see them in my Account overview, but under a different heading.

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