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Technical Support / Re: web wallet backup docent work for me
« on: October 14, 2015, 12:18:57 am »
And we're doing our best to support Safari but we're having an issue downloading the binary backup and Safari. They don't support any way for us to download binary data without using something like flash.

Technical Support / Re: web wallet backup docent work for me
« on: October 14, 2015, 12:16:59 am »
Probably a browser. We're always testing from Chrome and checking Firefox... We use a lot of new but standard web features so it's not going to work everywhere.

Technical Support / Re: usd-collateral-holder
« on: October 14, 2015, 12:12:15 am »
After upgrading to 2.0, I decided to test the variable collateral. So I opened one of my usd-collateral-holder accounts and reduced my leverage on one to free up some collateral. Then I attempted to transfer the freed up collateral to another account, but when I click on transfer and type in that account to the FROM field, it says Not your account. Is there any way to claim it?

I have the same issue. I've been asking about this since the test net. I still have received no response.

We're working on this now. Has to do with legacy addresses. There is temporary fix  checked in but I don't think it is deployed.  I should have the permanent fix tomorrow.

General Discussion / Re: Graphene GUI testing and feedback
« on: October 08, 2015, 02:29:03 pm »
is Graphene GUI going to fetch help content from github/somwhere else or will it reside on graphene-u itself?

 I want to implement continual internationalization for help pages on Transifex as with /web/app/assets/locales/ (source language file is automatically updated once a day if there's any change in locale-en.js on github, and translators notified).

Just asking because automating push/pulls for markdown files between Transifex and github when translations are completed or sources modified requires a server to talk with Transifex and Github api, and webhooks on both sides. I'm willing to do that,  just need to know how will this content be managed by graphene-ui to know if I can start right now or better wait if it's a temporary solution.


You could send your pull requests back to the graphene-ui for the next release.  We don't need any live help file loading.  It might be a good idea to have a release schedule so this can be timed so the translations are in on time.  Maybe valzav can tell us about the help files.  Your already found the functional locale files.

General Discussion / Re: Graphene GUI testing and feedback
« on: October 08, 2015, 12:42:55 am »
I tried to change my wallet password at
settings > wallets > change password

after I give my initial password and the the new password (+the confirmation)
I see this message:

"Unable to change password: Error: This wallet does not support the change password feature."

when will we have this "future" ready?

Create a new wallet..   test net wallets are always backwards compatible

This was added, old wallets did not have this: "encryption_key is the global encryption key (does not change even if the password changes)"

General Discussion / Re: October 5 Test Network
« on: October 06, 2015, 12:26:24 am »
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(gdb) file path_and_file_name_of_your_witness_node_file
(gdb) set args your_starting_parameters
(gdb) run

Thank you :D

Sorry to keep asking stupid questions...but, I was trying to edit xeroc scrypt for feed, and vim seems stuck. There is --INSERT --recording at the end, but I cannot write or even quit... Hint?
Try press ESC ESC ESC, then ':q!'?

I would humbly suggest using
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ulimit -c unlimited

this will enable core dumps for witness_node
and hence no need to run it in gdb.
Backtrace can be generated from coredump.

I hope I'm not missing something, I'm not an expert on debugging bin. apps.

You need to test that and make sure your system is not going to take the core file and do something silly like send it to the Ubuntu bug reporting server.  Apt

Technical Support / Re: where is my coin? Deposit and withdrawal missing
« on: September 23, 2015, 01:16:27 pm »
Blockchain shows your metaexchange transaction output:

and also your deposit to polonix:

Both are in blocks so they did arrive.... I guess polonix just need to rescan their wallet, perhaps?

This is correct.. Don't show Polonix your wallet, the BTS 1.0 ledger is very complicated I'm not surprised that a new case came up that is causing confusing results.  This is just an interpretation.  Simply view a more raw transaction format like bithsaresblocks.

just refer to ...

This transaction on bitsharesblocks matches the raw transaction reported in the wallet's console:
>> blockchain_get_transaction 58d9102ef6c4d8a3315e62159c81cc5713e944d4

It sounds like Polonix needs to find your deposit.

Muse/SoundDAC / Re: Which one you chooseļ¼ŸPeerTracks or Ujo.
« on: September 12, 2015, 09:45:01 pm »
Thank you found a new feature for Peer Tracks!  This is a good idea for DJ mix sets.

Ogg is a more of a open format than mp3 last I checked.

General Discussion / Re: Implementing AdSense into BitShares Forum
« on: September 12, 2015, 09:33:37 pm »
i'm not a friend of ads here on forum .. just said!
I would adivse to go with a worker proposalā€¦ my 2 cents
How much does it cost to use Reddit?

Muse/SoundDAC / Re: September update
« on: September 12, 2015, 09:26:33 pm »
I can really promote some electronic music. Mix Sets are widely sold or promoted for free.  That promotes original artist as those are often at least an hour long and many are free so they would reach a larger audience..  Now we have more than just direct record sales to profit from. The artist tokens are going to help free good music.

I'm going to need one of these!

If your going to have streaming I can imagine there would be a demand for live streaming.  Who wouldn't want to expand their concert audience beyond the arena.  Kudos to kenCode for mentioning this project, here is a p2p software that does this already with bitcoin and webrtc.  You could make it easy for your artists to launch an event in a similar way.  You can put a turn and stun server up to help anyone with old firewalls and sell the service.

If this works out for you, you know how to tip me!!

General Discussion / Re: The BitShares Hosted Web Wallet is ready...
« on: September 11, 2015, 01:15:55 pm »
@jcalfee1, @xerox

For some of us the only real options are to either a) keep funds on an exchange or b) use the current web wallet.  Which would you recommend during the transition to 2.0? 

Also, even if a) above is preferred, obviously some assets cannot be held outside of a Bitshares wallet.  So a transition from the current web wallet to the new web wallet will be necessary for some of us either way.  With that in mind, can you tell me if such a transition would be as simple as entering the seed words into the new web wallet? 

Thanks in advance.
Definitely web wallet. And you will be able to import your tokens from the brain seed from what I know .. @jcalfee1 should know: will the brain import regenerate all keys and import them automatically? IIRC the accounts are non titan, so transfer keys are easy .. what about market orders?

The hosted wallet has "Setting" and a way to "Backup" the wallet.  Use that feature.  Make sure you know your password.  We need to have some level of brainkey support in the new wallet, but your backup files will be the only thing you really need.  Also backup files are going to be important in the future.  It is a good option to start now and make sure your have your private keys that were created at any point when there were code changes taking place in the hosted wallet..  If everyone uses the Backup method it could help us keep the new codebase a bit cleaner...  It is a good idea to have this secondary USB backup file.

Exchanges are going to have to figure out how to do balance claims and integrate with our API.  I'm sure they will work it out.  The goal is definitely to limit the amount of time and amount of the funds have to go into a 3rd party like an exchange.

2 cents (hope I'm not sounding like a broken-record here) .. I would use the hosted wallet like a real wallet: just keep what I might need to spend and would not mind too much if I lost it...   Any substantial amounts I would keep in a locally installed audited open source program on a safe and secure operating system (open source if possible too).  I use the native wallet and Ubuntu..  I know it is asking a lot from some, but this is good practice for any local program local hardware in general.  I believe high security JavaScript is possible and we are getting closer by the week.

Technical Support / Re: web wallet access
« on: September 11, 2015, 12:14:00 am »
Any chance you guys can add support for 51 char length memos?

I'm getting a few support requests to metaexchange saying people are getting this error:

Not so easy...  Here is an explanation...

General Discussion / Re: The BitShares Hosted Web Wallet is ready...
« on: September 11, 2015, 12:07:29 am »
Is it safe to use the Web Wallet with iOS browsers?

Just make sure you backup the Brainkey key and wallet file before you send any money to your account.   Send a small amount.  You really only need one: brainkey or wallet backup.

Safari was tested in Bitshares 2 and with a lot of help from Valentine it is working...

 +5% +5% +5%

If you're coming from Twitter you may not see the good images being posted. You could view from your browser.  Images like this one:


It works for a while but all the sudden I get logged out and I can't log back in again. If I reset my password then I can get in through the website but I still can't get through the mobile app.  Accessing the mobile app is hit or miss.

I'm using Chrome installed on the mobile....

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