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ah ... I get it .. in btsx we have vote, and approve. You basically want to APPROVE a delegate by
approve delegate.xeroc (as an example)

voting is something that has not yet come to any use ... it's meant for delegates that can issue polls on the network and only delegates can vote on that ... never tried it though.
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shit .. should have read your post more carefully ..

please

Bugs and software issues can either be reported to
https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares_toolkit/issues  (the toolkit, basic form)
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When I execute this command:

   votes <account with no shares>

I get the expected "No votes found."

But when I execute the same votes command on an account with shares, it just does nothing?
Happens here too ... might be a bug ... it used to work well .. odd


This still seems to be a problem in the current version.  How does one submit or report these types of defects so they will get fixed?

Oh, Thanks xeroc, for all the very valuable help you provide  to me and everyone.  I sent you a tip, so let me know if you didn't get it.







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If I want to vote for 33 delegates on all transactions, I set up my slate for these 33, then for each transaction, I select "vote all" as in vote for everyone in my slate?  Will the random choice only vote for a random set of the 33 delegates in my current slate?
*confirmed* .. the correct term is "subset" .. so it chooses a set N<33 randomly to vote for .. this is for your privacy. If you were to always use the same delegates to vote for, your transactions can be linked.

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When I execute this command:

   votes <account with no shares>

I get the expected "No votes found."

But when I execute the same votes command on an account with shares, it just does nothing?
Happens here too ... might be a bug ... it used to work well .. odd

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Oh, and what is an easy way to tell what version of the wallet I am running?
I believe I am on 0.4.10
since 0.4.10 or so .. you can read the version number in "getinfo"

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Trying to figure out this voting of my shares thing.

If I want to vote for 33 delegates on all transactions, I set up my slate for these 33, then for each transaction, I select "vote all" as in vote for everyone in my slate?  Will the random choice only vote for a random set of the 33 delegates in my current slate?


When I execute this command:

   votes <account with no shares>

I get the expected "No votes found."

But when I execute the same votes command on an account with shares, it just does nothing?


Oh, and what is an easy way to tell what version of the wallet I am running?
I believe I am on 0.4.10