Getting back on the main branch from a fork, is beyond what I understand and I expect then this below is a bad idea..
I wondered seeing this commit detail with checkpoint updatedhttps://github.com/BitShares/bitshares/commit/be5f2eada1280b0177bd657190482b2e3b1d08a1
if there was a way to resolve forks manually, from bitsharesblocks detail athttp://dvs.bitsharesblocks.com/blocks/block?id=173585
expecting that will usually suggest the main branch and then the hash that could be used as a checkpoint.. but then those hashs don't obviously match the detail in the commit for block 173585
I tried a few changes include recompiling from https://github.com/BitShares/DevShares
and resetting peer database and manually changing the checkpoints to match that commit.. but still I see ~ "14.43 %"
I guess I'm missing something as I couldn't obviously get back on the main branch. Perhaps that is only possible, if someone on the main branch declares a checkpoint?.. or obviously we wait for the next update, which is always easier.