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November 04, 2010, 08:03:54 PM
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I pledged 100btc, is there an extension I can download and pay?

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November 04, 2010, 08:23:13 PM
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I pledged 100btc, is there an extension I can download and pay?

It's in his signature link.

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November 04, 2010, 08:35:49 PM
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Also, it would be nice put your address out there for people to pay you via extension.

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November 04, 2010, 08:44:16 PM
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I'm getting "Error validating address string" when I try to send. I have 3.14

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November 04, 2010, 08:48:42 PM
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I'm getting "Error validating address string" when I try to send. I have 3.14

Did you start the bitcoin daemon?

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November 04, 2010, 09:31:37 PM
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I'm getting "Error validating address string" when I try to send. I have 3.14

Did you start the bitcoin daemon?

Oh, no. I need to download that separately and just turn it on?

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November 04, 2010, 09:49:59 PM
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I'm getting "Error validating address string" when I try to send. I have 3.14

Did you start the bitcoin daemon?

Oh, no. I need to download that separately and just turn it on?

I think it came with bitcoin.

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November 04, 2010, 10:10:56 PM
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I'm getting "Error validating address string" when I try to send. I have 3.14

Did you start the bitcoin daemon?

Oh, no. I need to download that separately and just turn it on?

I think it came with bitcoin.

You  have to set the rpcuser and rpcpassword options in bitcoin.conf, which you may have to create (same directory as the wallet.dat). Then you have to start Bitcoin with the -server switch or in daemon mode. You also have to set the extension options accordingly by right-clicking the bitcoin icon in Chrome and choosing Options.
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November 05, 2010, 01:00:26 AM
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I made the bitocin.conf in the right place, and started it with -server and it tells me I need to make bitcoin.conf with rpcpassword=<password> I did that both with the "<" and without. It also told me to make it owner read only, and I don't know if I did that successfully or not, is that important? Is there a simple way to get it right?

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November 05, 2010, 01:04:36 AM
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I made the bitocin.conf in the right place, and started it with -server and it tells me I need to make bitcoin.conf with rpcpassword=<password> I did that both with the "<" and without. It also told me to make it owner read only, and I don't know if I did that successfully or not, is that important? Is there a simple way to get it right?

Without knowing what exactly you put into your file, I don't know how to help you.

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November 05, 2010, 01:09:24 AM
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I made the bitocin.conf in the right place, and started it with -server and it tells me I need to make bitcoin.conf with rpcpassword=<password> I did that both with the "<" and without. It also told me to make it owner read only, and I don't know if I did that successfully or not, is that important? Is there a simple way to get it right?

Without knowing what exactly you put into your file, I don't know how to help you.

rpcpassword=<extpass>

is the entire contents of the file. I also tried:

rpcpassword=extpass

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November 05, 2010, 04:08:12 AM
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I made the bitocin.conf in the right place, and started it with -server and it tells me I need to make bitcoin.conf with rpcpassword=<password> I did that both with the "<" and without. It also told me to make it owner read only, and I don't know if I did that successfully or not, is that important? Is there a simple way to get it right?

Is this a windows machine? I ran into this on one running XP and nothing I did with the file seemed to satisfy it. I did get it to work by specifying them on the command line:

bitcoin -server -rpcuser=mylogin -rpcpassword=mypass

The file worked perfectly on a different XP machine, so I'm not sure what the issue is. Until now I just thought I was crazy  Grin
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November 05, 2010, 04:15:27 AM
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I made the bitocin.conf in the right place, and started it with -server and it tells me I need to make bitcoin.conf with rpcpassword=<password> I did that both with the "<" and without. It also told me to make it owner read only, and I don't know if I did that successfully or not, is that important? Is there a simple way to get it right?

Is this a windows machine? I ran into this on one running XP and nothing I did with the file seemed to satisfy it. I did get it to work by specifying them on the command line:

bitcoin -server -rpcuser=mylogin -rpcpassword=mypass

The file worked perfectly on a different XP machine, so I'm not sure what the issue is. Until now I just thought I was crazy  Grin

It worked! I sent you 5BTC using it.

I'm using windows 7.

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November 05, 2010, 04:24:29 AM
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The third time I used it the text was all white. I'm highlighting the addy at the bottom of bitcoinwatch, so you can test and see if it's just me or not.

By white I mean invisible, but there since I can highlight it.

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November 05, 2010, 04:55:45 AM
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The third time I used it the text was all white. I'm highlighting the addy at the bottom of bitcoinwatch, so you can test and see if it's just me or not.

By white I mean invisible, but there since I can highlight it.

Well that's interesting. I'm getting it, too. It must be inheriting a style sheet from the bitcoinwatch page. Should be fixable.

Now, you shouldn't have to highlight that address. It should be a link that you can click to open the send box. It doesn't catch every address yet because of how the surrounding HTML works in certain cases, but it should get most of them and that particular one is working on my end. Are you not getting links at all?
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November 05, 2010, 05:05:01 AM
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Nope, no links. Just the "send bitcoins" when I right click.

edit: oddly, I get some links now. I didn't change anything. Your address on this page is not linking, but bitcoin watch is now. And some other forum signature addresses are now too.

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November 05, 2010, 12:18:31 PM
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Can someone do this sort of stuff using a greasemonkey script for firefox or is that not possible?


I would consider starting a bounty for that if it can.
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November 05, 2010, 01:38:31 PM
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edit: oddly, I get some links now. I didn't change anything. Your address on this page is not linking, but bitcoin watch is now. And some other forum signature addresses are now too.

Yeah, I'm getting the same thing. Weird. The signatures usually all work for me. I've got a few tweaks in my head that might help the success rate of recognizing addresses.


Can someone do this sort of stuff using a greasemonkey script for firefox or is that not possible?

I was planning on porting this over to a Firefox extension at some point. Most of the code should work just about as-is, but the structure is a lot different, from what I understand. I've never worked with Firefox/greasemonkey.
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November 05, 2010, 03:47:12 PM
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edit: oddly, I get some links now. I didn't change anything. Your address on this page is not linking, but bitcoin watch is now. And some other forum signature addresses are now too.

Yeah, I'm getting the same thing. Weird. The signatures usually all work for me. I've got a few tweaks in my head that might help the success rate of recognizing addresses.


Can someone do this sort of stuff using a greasemonkey script for firefox or is that not possible?

I was planning on porting this over to a Firefox extension at some point. Most of the code should work just about as-is, but the structure is a lot different, from what I understand. I've never worked with Firefox/greasemonkey.


Your addy is linking up now. Is it learning? :-)

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November 05, 2010, 04:08:56 PM
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Your addy is linking up now. Is it learning? :-)

No, if you go back a page in this topic, it's not working there. Kinda wacky. I have some ideas as to what's causing it, but I'm not sure exactly why yet.
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