Two little problems...
1) The demo
-wallet seems to be unusable...
it says: "You must enter a Two Factor Authentication code" and something about checking email.
Seems like some special cases were forgotten for the demo-wallet
Anyway, I wonder, if it would be "safe" (once it works again) to open the demo wallet,
add a precious private key to it, make a transaction from it, and then have the key
disappear by closing the browser tab.
2) this is a very specific bug, that's not likely to hit anyone else ever, so it's no big deal, if it doesn't
get dealt with, but it is annoying enough for me, that I at least hope that it will be fixed, nevertheless.
I've recently collected some old non-standard transactions from the blockchain. The target
of this cleanup was a brain-wallet address, that is also kept in my blockchain.info wallet. Now,
blockchain.info seems to have a hard time displaying this (itself non-standard) transaction in
the "My Transactions" view: the first column of the table becomes overly wide, believing that
each of that transaction's inputs were "Newly Generated Coins".
If anyone is curious what I'm talking about, then add the address (firstbits: 1avyzn) as a
watch-only address and then go to "my transactions"...