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June 04, 2013, 01:39:09 AM
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Still nothing :/

err somehow my address changed or i didnt link the right one the first time or something... here lets try this again BM-2DCLDXTLT4RH6Wb2xpHspHFN3fHghVdsLn
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June 04, 2013, 01:41:01 AM
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Still nothing :/

err somehow my address changed or i didnt link the right one the first time or something... here lets try this again BM-2DCLDXTLT4RH6Wb2xpHspHFN3fHghVdsLn
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=D ok ill just rebroadcast what i wrote before.

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June 04, 2013, 01:48:50 AM
Last edit: June 04, 2013, 01:59:27 AM by nimda
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Can BitMessage really be used for mailing lists? AFAICT, for a "reply all" functionality, the publisher would have to rebroadcast everything received.
Edit: "Special Address Behavior" has this already figured out.

Additionally, how about UPnP port mapping or some other method? I don't have to mess with my router to get Bitcoin or uTorrent to work.

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June 04, 2013, 04:48:45 AM
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I have reverted the EXE on the website back to the prior version (0.3.1) because some Windows 7 (and Windows server) users have reported having an issue sending messages with the current version.

I have fixed the issue. The binary on the website is current and working.

how about UPnP port mapping or some other method? I don't have to mess with my router to get Bitcoin or uTorrent to work.

UPnP would be nice and it is on the feature request list. I will work on some other things like OSX support and attachments first.

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June 04, 2013, 12:26:46 PM
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UPnP would be nice and it is on the feature request list. I will work on some other things like OSX support and attachments first.

Yes, pretty PLEASE!!!

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June 04, 2013, 07:03:29 PM
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Bug report:
On my Windows 7 machine, when Bitmessage is closed (through f.ex the tray icon), it will not re-open. Attempting to open it results in 2 Bitmessage.exe process instances, but no tray icon and no window.

Portable mode is on.

This is only sometimes reproducible. Deleting all .dat files resolves the problem, but wipes the "portable mode" setting.

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June 04, 2013, 07:38:35 PM
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Bug report:
On my Windows 7 machine, when Bitmessage is closed (through f.ex the tray icon), it will not re-open. Attempting to open it results in 2 Bitmessage.exe process instances, but no tray icon and no window.

Portable mode is on.

This is only sometimes reproducible. Deleting all .dat files resolves the problem, but wipes the "portable mode" setting.

If you go to Help > About, are you running v0.3.211 ? If not you might consider upgrading.

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June 04, 2013, 07:50:24 PM
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Bug report:
On my Windows 7 machine, when Bitmessage is closed (through f.ex the tray icon), it will not re-open. Attempting to open it results in 2 Bitmessage.exe process instances, but no tray icon and no window.

Portable mode is on.

This is only sometimes reproducible. Deleting all .dat files resolves the problem, but wipes the "portable mode" setting.

If you go to Help > About, are you running v0.3.211 ? If not you might consider upgrading.
0.3.1
I'll try upgrading.

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June 04, 2013, 09:20:19 PM
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One thing that would be nice is if the releases were identified with tags in git, and if those tags were pushed to the GitHub repository.
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June 08, 2013, 12:30:30 AM
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v0.3.3
Remove inbox item from GUI when using API command trashMessage
Add missing trailing semicolons to pybitmessage.desktop
Ensure $(DESTDIR)/usr/bin exists
Update Makefile to correct sandbox violations when built via Portage (Gentoo)
Fix message authentication bug

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June 09, 2013, 09:52:01 AM
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v0.3.3

For the lazy people, latest version at

https://bitmessage.org/download/windows/Bitmessage.exe

:bow: And thanks again, this version seems really fine - started up just nicely and runs so smooth that I will let it run 24/7 Smiley
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June 12, 2013, 01:14:25 AM
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Bitmessage is now available for Gentoo users via the Bitcoin overlay:

https://gitorious.org/bitcoin/gentoo/commit/783046a4bf84b908ce0b30e2f8f0ed845ba89e09
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June 12, 2013, 02:09:57 AM
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I've sub'd to the addresses in this thread and have not received anything yet. But I did get a friend to install it and successfully received a message from that friend.

My connection light is consistently yellow. I did enable port forwarding on the router, and configured my firewall (UFW) properly. The first time I launched it it was green. I think my ISP does something sketchy with the modem firmware's DHCP settings to limit connections on P2P software, so maybe that's what's preventing the green. Who knows.

For some reason I can't get it to launch via a desktop shortcut; have to use the terminal every time. I tried different formats for the command, still nothing - the term opens for a sec and closes. Any suggestions? I'm a linux n00b (still, after using it 7 years) so maybe I missed something. I checked "Start in terminal" and command is python $HOME/PyBitmessage/src/bitmessagemain.py (same command I use directly in terminal.) xterm starts for a second then quits, with no visible text. Huh Huh

I have reverted the EXE on the website back to the prior version (0.3.1) because some Windows 7 (and Windows server) users have reported having an issue sending messages with the current version.


I was skimming and read part of this as "because some Windows 3.1 users have reported...."
And I was like  Shocked Shocked Shocked
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June 12, 2013, 02:18:46 AM
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Yeah man I'm on Windows 3.1...

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June 12, 2013, 02:21:52 AM
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I've sub'd to the addresses in this thread and have not received anything yet. But I did get a friend to install it and successfully received a message from that friend.

My connection light is consistently yellow. I did enable port forwarding on the router, and configured my firewall (UFW) properly. The first time I launched it it was green. I think my ISP does something sketchy with the modem firmware's DHCP settings to limit connections on P2P software, so maybe that's what's preventing the green. Who knows.

For some reason I can't get it to launch via a desktop shortcut; have to use the terminal every time. I tried different formats for the command, still nothing - the term opens for a sec and closes. Any suggestions? I'm a linux n00b so maybe I missed something. I checked "Start in terminal" and command is python $HOME/PyBitmessage/src/bitmessagemain.py (same command I use directly in terminal.) xterm starts for a second then quits, with no visible text.

I have reverted the EXE on the website back to the prior version (0.3.1) because some Windows 7 (and Windows server) users have reported having an issue sending messages with the current version.


I was skimming and read part of this as "because some Windows 3.1 users have reported...."
And I was like  Shocked Shocked Shocked

You want to get Bitmessage to open up from a launcher icon?

If so, you should have a program called Main Menu. Open that. Then click on the category you want Bitmessage under. For me, I put it under Internet. Then create new. Then type in for the command "python /home/user/PyBitmessage/src/bitmessagemain.py" and click on the little icon, then navigate to the little can. If you have any further questions, let me know. We'll get 'er done.

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June 12, 2013, 07:40:57 PM
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Yeah, still doing the same thing; not really sure what the issue is. Main Menu is just a GUI for what I was doing manually. I used Main Menu to create the link - still nothing happens when I click it. If I change selection in properties to "Application in Terminal" then the terminal opens for a split second, displays no text, and disappears. (Just like when I set "terminal=true" in the .desktop file)

On the other hand, if I type "python $HOME/PyBitmessage/src/bitmessagemain.py" right into the terminal, it opens no problem.

Really strange. I'm using Linux Mint (14 Mate). I doubt this has anything to do with bitmessage, though. Anyone else having this issue?

Interestingly, (and probably irrelevant) the desktop launcher file I created opens xterm but the "Main Menu" launcher opens mate-terminal.
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June 12, 2013, 08:50:25 PM
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Yeah, still doing the same thing; not really sure what the issue is. Main Menu is just a GUI for what I was doing manually. I used Main Menu to create the link - still nothing happens when I click it. If I change selection in properties to "Application in Terminal" then the terminal opens for a split second, displays no text, and disappears. (Just like when I set "terminal=true" in the .desktop file)

On the other hand, if I type "python $HOME/PyBitmessage/src/bitmessagemain.py" right into the terminal, it opens no problem.

Really strange. I'm using Linux Mint (14 Mate). I doubt this has anything to do with bitmessage, though. Anyone else having this issue?

Interestingly, (and probably irrelevant) the desktop launcher file I created opens xterm but the "Main Menu" launcher opens mate-terminal.

I installed Bitmessage on a Mint machine the other day and had that same problem. When you try to open the program from the launcher it wouldn't work, but if you right click on Bitmessage and then create a desktop icon it will work when you double click from the desktop icon.

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June 13, 2013, 02:55:19 AM
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I tried that and it worked perfectly. I didn't realize that opening the .py file ran python automatically... what am I typing "python [path]" for lol... it appears that the launcher file only properly launches bitmessage when linked directly to the bitmessagemain.py file rather than python [path].

Well, glad we sorted this out, lol. Kind of a strange issue, and not really that important, but hey now it takes me 2 fewer seconds to start the program  Grin.
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June 13, 2013, 02:57:54 AM
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I tried that and it worked perfectly. I didn't realize that opening the .py file ran python automatically... what am I typing "python [path]" for lol... it appears that the launcher file only properly launches bitmessage when linked directly to the bitmessagemain.py file rather than python [path].

Well, glad we sorted this out, lol. Kind of a strange issue, and not really that important, but hey now it takes me 2 fewer seconds to start the program  Grin.

That's interesting. I'm running Debian and it needs the python command. I guess Mint just didn't like it. IT KNOWS what you mean.

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June 13, 2013, 08:50:14 AM
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Sorry if this was discussed before, but does anyone work on mobile bitmessage client?
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