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May 03, 2019, 10:39:52 AM
Last edit: May 03, 2019, 10:52:43 AM by Jean_Luc
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The OS is going to be much more random than the user, even if the OS has issues.  Moreover, if the user's OS rng is faulty then their security would be totally broken in every other respect as well.

If you want to be paranoid you can combine the OS randomness with user provided keyboard mashing using a cryptographic hash... but please don't just depend on users to provide a truly random value on their own: humans are notoriously bad at it, and that structure reliably results in funds loss.

OK for the paranoid mode.
Edit: I would just add the nuance that humans especially bad at password generation when they have to recall it, which is not the case here.
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May 03, 2019, 09:47:55 PM
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Edit: I would just add the nuance that humans especially bad at password generation when they have to recall it, which is not the case here.
They are necessarily bad at it when they must remember it, but they are bad at it by habit otherwise-- at least if they think it's a password.  But really, using the OS is free, there is no reason to not use it in such cases. Smiley
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May 04, 2019, 02:20:16 PM
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A possible issue. I don't know if it's just my setup (probably is)
Offline PC so I don't have exact time of crash BUT it feels to be every 10 days or so.
I came into the office and VS just *stopped* no crash no error just sitting at the command prompt.

8 core CPU that I am running 4 threads on + gpu
Liquid cooled cpu never even gets warm
1200 watt EVGA power supply so I know that's not the issue.

It happened on 1.12 and now on 1.13. I never had the older ones running long enough to see this

What I am running (just restarted it):

C:\Users\Dave\Desktop>vanitysearch -gpu -t 4 1iamdavef
VanitySearch v1.13
Difficulty: 2988734397852221
Search: 1iamdavef [Compressed]
Start Sat May  4 10:13:32 2019
Base Key: 49B45ED3DCA15AC7892AA9EF1338DA185DC2D2ABC7730D2A4CB7ED8FD9F73ACB
Number of CPU thread: 4
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce GTX 1080 (20x128 cores) Grid(160x128)
726.926 MK/s (GPU 697.399 MK/s) (2^33.27) [P 0.00%][50.00% in 33.6d][0]

I ran the same thing before. But when I came into the office it was just sitting here:

C:\Users\Dave\Desktop>

Didn't find a thing....

Win10 all updates / 8GB RAM if it matters.

Thanks,
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May 05, 2019, 01:12:51 AM
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A possible issue. I don't know if it's just my setup (probably is)
Offline PC so I don't have exact time of crash BUT it feels to be every 10 days or so.
I came into the office and VS just *stopped* no crash no error just sitting at the command prompt.

8 core CPU that I am running 4 threads on + gpu
Liquid cooled cpu never even gets warm
1200 watt EVGA power supply so I know that's not the issue.

It happened on 1.12 and now on 1.13. I never had the older ones running long enough to see this

What I am running (just restarted it):

C:\Users\Dave\Desktop>vanitysearch -gpu -t 4 1iamdavef
VanitySearch v1.13
Difficulty: 2988734397852221
Search: 1iamdavef [Compressed]


I had this problem. You probably have overclocking the graphics card chip. Although the game may not experience problems and even at work. On 10 day can crash . Lower the GPU frequency or increase the voltage on the video core.
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May 05, 2019, 03:55:56 PM
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A possible issue. I don't know if it's just my setup (probably is)
Offline PC so I don't have exact time of crash BUT it feels to be every 10 days or so.
I came into the office and VS just *stopped* no crash no error just sitting at the command prompt.

8 core CPU that I am running 4 threads on + gpu
Liquid cooled cpu never even gets warm
1200 watt EVGA power supply so I know that's not the issue.

It happened on 1.12 and now on 1.13. I never had the older ones running long enough to see this

What I am running (just restarted it):

C:\Users\Dave\Desktop>vanitysearch -gpu -t 4 1iamdavef
VanitySearch v1.13
Difficulty: 2988734397852221
Search: 1iamdavef [Compressed]


I had this problem. You probably have overclocking the graphics card chip. Although the game may not experience problems and even at work. On 10 day can crash . Lower the GPU frequency or increase the voltage on the video core.

Stock settings on the card.
It's not even using the EVGA drivers, just the latest one from nvidia.
Next time it crashes I will install the EVGA drivers and see if upping voltage helps.

Thanks,
Dave

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May 05, 2019, 04:24:01 PM
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Stock settings on the card.
It's not even using the EVGA drivers, just the latest one from nvidia.
Next time it crashes I will install the EVGA drivers and see if upping voltage helps.

Thanks,
Dave

You might want to use GPU stress tools (such as Furmark) to see whether your GPU is stable/not under heavy load rather.

Also, there's no thing such as EVGA driver. No matter GPU brand usage, you use either Nvidia/AMD driver. I think you're confused with GPU manager / overclock software provided by EVGA.
If you try to download GPU driver from EVGA website, you'll see the download link comes from nvidia.com

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May 05, 2019, 04:31:56 PM
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Stock settings on the card.
It's not even using the EVGA drivers, just the latest one from nvidia.
Next time it crashes I will install the EVGA drivers and see if upping voltage helps.

Thanks,
Dave

You might want to use GPU stress tools (such as Furmark) to see whether your GPU is stable/not under heavy load rather.

Also, there's no thing such as EVGA driver. No matter GPU brand usage, you use either Nvidia/AMD driver. I think you're confused with GPU manager / overclock software provided by EVGA.
If you try to download GPU driver from EVGA website, you'll see the download link comes from nvidia.com

Yeah, my bad on wording. I was thinking utility but typed driver.

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May 08, 2019, 03:01:30 AM
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EVGA RTX 2080 XC ULTRA
1427.967 MK/s (GPU 1424.946 MK/s)



Code:
C:\Users\admin\Desktop\vanitygen-0.22-win>VanitySearchCUDA8.exe -check
VanitySearch v1.10
GetBase10() Results OK
Add() Results OK : 116.009 MegaAdd/sec
Mult() Results OK : 10.996 MegaMult/sec
Div() Results OK : 1.900 MegaDiv/sec
ModInv()/ModExp() Results OK
ModInv() Results OK : 145.967 KiloInv/sec
IntGroup.ModInv() Results OK : 2.476 MegaInv/sec
ModMulK1() Results OK : 3.621 MegaMult/sec
ModSquareK1() Results OK : 3.556 MegaMult/sec
ModMulK1order() Results OK : 1.807 MegaMult/sec
ModSqrt() Results OK !
Check Generator :OK
Check Double :OK
Check Add :OK
Check GenKey :OK
Adress : 15t3Nt1zyMETkHbjJTTshxLnqPzQvAtdCe OK!
Adress : 1BoatSLRHtKNngkdXEeobR76b53LETtpyT OK!
Adress : 1JeanLucgidKHxfY5gkqGmoVjo1yaU4EDt OK(comp)!
Adress : 1Test6BNjSJC5qwYXsjwKVLvz7DpfLehy OK!
Adress : 1BitcoinP7vnLpsUHWbzDALyJKnNo16Qms OK(comp)!
Adress : 16S5PAsGZ8VFM1CRGGLqm37XHrp46f6CTn OK(comp)!
Adress : 1Tst2RwMxZn9cYY5mQhCdJic3JJrK7Fq7 OK(comp)!
Check Calc PubKey (full) 1ViViGLEawN27xRzGrEhhYPQrZiTKvKLo :OK
Check Calc PubKey (even) 1Gp7rQ4GdooysEAEJAS2o4Ktjvf1tZCihp:OK
Check Calc PubKey (odd) 18aPiLmTow7Xgu96msrDYvSSWweCvB9oBA:OK
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2080 (46x64 cores) Grid(368x128)
Seed: 3019516956
1.604 GigaKey/sec
ComputeKeys() found 8735 items , CPU check...

Code:
C:\Users\admin\Desktop\vanitygen-0.22-win>VanitySearchCUDA8.exe -gpu 1Testrrr
VanitySearch v1.10
Difficulty: 51529903411245
Search: 1Testrrr [Compressed]
Start Tue May  7 23:57:44 2019
Base Key:46F5C5C6A0516D088A2235E919FCD353E17FB474C15EBFB1166BDB08F74D976E
Number of CPU thread: 7
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2080 (46x64 cores) Grid(368x128)
1427.967 MK/s (GPU 1424.946 MK/s) (2^35.46) [P 0.09%][50.00% in 06:55:50][0]
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May 08, 2019, 01:07:18 PM
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Code:
C:\Users\admin\Desktop\vanitygen-0.22-win>VanitySearchCUDA8.exe -gpu 1Testrrr
VanitySearch v1.10
Difficulty: 51529903411245
Search: 1Testrrr [Compressed]
Start Tue May  7 23:57:44 2019
Base Key:46F5C5C6A0516D088A2235E919FCD353E17FB474C15EBFB1166BDB08F74D976E
Number of CPU thread: 7
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2080 (46x64 cores) Grid(368x128)
1427.967 MK/s (GPU 1424.946 MK/s) (2^35.46) [P 0.09%][50.00% in 06:55:50][0]


Code:
VanitySearchCUDA10.113.exe -gpu 1Testrrr
VanitySearch v1.13
Difficulty: 51529903411245
Search: 1Testrrr [Compressed]
Start Wed May  8 14:58:24 2019
Base Key: D9B739895D5996F3ECDFCB19B7F7947FBFAF2B9ED9AC2C6E55B8D99591CE4711
Number of CPU thread: 5
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2070 (36x64 cores) Grid(288x128)
1419.327 MK/s (GPU 1402.748 MK/s) (2^35.30) [P 0.08%][50.00% in 07:16:45][0]

hello, I would have thought that the difference between the RTX 2080 and the RTX 2070 would have been more important ... you should try with the latest version 1.13 it seems to me that there is a slight increase in speed
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May 13, 2019, 06:47:14 PM
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There are new commits on github.
It is huge work has done there.
Thank you a lot.

I am testing wildcard search now.
It is 10x slower on my CPU.
And 100x slower on GPU with hanging system.
Guess something wrong there.
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May 13, 2019, 07:28:42 PM
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Hi there,

Yes new release is coming but still in dev, I added:
- Case unsensitive search (should run at almost nominal speed)
- Wildcard search (on my hardware ~5 times slower on CPU and GPU compare to single prefix search, mainly due to slow base58 and double sha checksum that have to be computed each time) Still need tests and improvements...
- Crypto Secure RNG for default seed
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May 14, 2019, 04:21:21 PM
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Hi there,

Yes new release is coming but still in dev, I added:
- Case unsensitive search (should run at almost nominal speed)
- Wildcard search (on my hardware ~5 times slower on CPU and GPU compare to single prefix search, mainly due to slow base58 and double sha checksum that have to be computed each time) Still need tests and improvements...
- Crypto Secure RNG for default seed


Thank you.
Hope to find solution for issue with my GPU. Feel free to contact. I will do everything what I can.
However I'm happy already. I can generate quickly a lot of suchlike addresses by VanitySearch (on CPU).
Pub Addr: 1333Q4HANHJM6G6XRGB4HV15LCGSUU93YM
Pub Addr: 1C27MV3VUKHR4FB9V3TXZ3PRRAJR3PCACM
Pub Addr: 1KWF2ZH7D3X7MMWWR56XV347TA9CKRD4CW
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May 14, 2019, 06:01:54 PM
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Thank you.
Hope to find solution for issue with my GPU. Feel free to contact. I will do everything what I can.

Could you give me the output of command that generate the performance/hanging problem ?
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May 14, 2019, 07:39:55 PM
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Thank you.
Hope to find solution for issue with my GPU. Feel free to contact. I will do everything what I can.

Could you give me the output of command that generate the performance/hanging problem ?


Just any command for wildcard search (* or ? symbols) with -gpu flag. I'm not even sure if the GPU works comparing to 100MK/s in normal mode. The OS is very lagging/hanging at the same time. GTX 750, Win10 and CUDA 10.1.

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>VanitySearch.exe -gpu 1*1111
VanitySearch v1.14
Search: 1*1111 [Compressed]
Start Wed May 15 00:36:03 2019
Base Key: E5E821A5AD352A32F1C86A035864BABAEE2885031ED23CF77F267B63CEF0A5A0
Number of CPU thread: 7
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce GTX 750 (4x128 cores) Grid(32x128)
2.043 MK/s (GPU 0.000 MK/s) (2^24.30) [1]
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May 15, 2019, 06:12:38 AM
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Thanks
Could you try: VanitySearch.exe -t 0 -g 16 -gpu 1*1111
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May 16, 2019, 04:34:48 AM
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Thanks
Could you try: VanitySearch.exe -t 0 -g 16 -gpu 1*1111
I think I've found something.
Suddenly yesterday wildcard started to work well.
Speed 15MK/s is 5-6x slower than normal search which is perfect anyway.
During the time later the program behavior was going by random way. And I've closed firefox. Started to work well again.

In general I guess you could try debug the program in difficult memory conditions.
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May 16, 2019, 06:54:24 AM
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Thanks for the report.
I will publish the release as it is.
I also experimented issue with firefox running in concurrence with VanitySearch. VanitySearch uses the GPU at ~100% and from time to time Firefox requires lots of GPU power. A problem appears here when the GPU is too much used, it may fall into timeout and the OS try to recover which may result in system freezing. Very difficult to handle...
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May 16, 2019, 07:05:07 AM
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New release is online: Release 1.14

- Wildcard search
- Case unsensitive search
- Use of crypto secure random number generator for seeding

Thanks for testing Wink
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Hello Jean_Luc

Here is the result of my tests

Code:
VanitySearchCUDA10.114.exe -check
GetBase10() Results OK
Add() Results OK : 884.956 MegaAdd/sec
Mult() Results OK : 54.825 MegaMult/sec
Div() Results OK : 6.017 MegaDiv/sec
ModInv()/ModExp() Results OK
ModInv() Results OK : 416.411 KiloInv/sec
IntGroup.ModInv() Results OK : 13.114 MegaInv/sec
ModMulK1() Results OK : 17.213 MegaMult/sec
ModSquareK1() Results OK : 18.059 MegaMult/sec
ModMulK1order() Results OK : 9.390 MegaMult/sec
ModSqrt() Results OK !
Check Generator :OK
Check Double :OK
Check Add :OK
Check GenKey :OK
Adress : 15t3Nt1zyMETkHbjJTTshxLnqPzQvAtdCe OK!
Adress : 1BoatSLRHtKNngkdXEeobR76b53LETtpyT OK!
Adress : 1Test6BNjSJC5qwYXsjwKVLvz7DpfLehy OK!
Adress : 16S5PAsGZ8VFM1CRGGLqm37XHrp46f6CTn OK!
Adress : 1Tst2RwMxZn9cYY5mQhCdJic3JJrK7Fq7 OK!
Adress : 3CyQYcByvcWK8BkYJabBS82yDLNWt6rWSx OK!
Adress : 31to1KQe67YjoDfYnwFJThsGeQcFhVDM5Q OK!
Adress : bc1q6tqytpg06uhmtnhn9s4f35gkt8yya5a24dptmn OK!
Check Calc PubKey (full) 1ViViGLEawN27xRzGrEhhYPQrZiTKvKLo :OK
Check Calc PubKey (even) 1Gp7rQ4GdooysEAEJAS2o4Ktjvf1tZCihp:OK
Check Calc PubKey (odd) 18aPiLmTow7Xgu96msrDYvSSWweCvB9oBA:OK
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2070 (36x64 cores) Grid(288x128)
Seed: 1558008571
1.125 GigaKey/sec
ComputeKeys() found 6766 items , CPU check...

Code:
VanitySearchCUDA10.114.exe -gpu 1Testrrr
VanitySearch v1.14
Difficulty: 51529903411245
Search: 1Testrrr [Compressed]
Start Thu May 16 14:11:38 2019
Base Key: 1B2A355B8D4B41798B14CAB23FB6B040516135884C6D2B2D7BEA3F9EA20ACCAA
Number of CPU thread: 5
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2070 (36x64 cores) Grid(288x128)
1284.237 MK/s (GPU 1257.813 MK/s) (2^34.43) [P 0.04%][50.00% in 07:42:41][0]

Code:
VanitySearchCUDA10.114.exe -gpu 1Test*rr
VanitySearch v1.14
Search: 1Test*rr [Compressed]
Start Thu May 16 14:13:15 2019
Base Key: 12B597CA03CFCD5C84EDE25A5595AFCB0B7D5D342C3259397A160F73B8D96A1F
Number of CPU thread: 5
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2070 (36x64 cores) Grid(288x128)
244.260 MK/s (GPU 240.015 MK/s) (2^32.59) [0]

Code:
VanitySearchCUDA10.114.exe -gpu 1Test*r*r
VanitySearch v1.14
Search: 1Test*r*r [Compressed]
Start Thu May 16 14:18:31 2019
Base Key: 6491DF2BFFAEDBDF7B30A3447CD33BD4AC5D5E3160D71E7A48BBCA7C5A5721DC
Number of CPU thread: 5
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2070 (36x64 cores) Grid(288x128)
230.445 MK/s (GPU 226.179 MK/s) (2^32.11) [0]

Code:
VanitySearchCUDA10.114.exe -gpu -c 1Testrr
VanitySearch v1.14
Difficulty: 13881978290
Search: 1Testrr [Compressed, Case unsensitive] (Lookup size 4)
Start Thu May 16 14:22:03 2019
Base Key: BE4B508D229A9B80D85D4D02F75B942422BB45108D2C1918E868779BC3EAEAAB
Number of CPU thread: 5
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2070 (36x64 cores) Grid(288x128)
1158.919 MK/s (GPU 1129.955 MK/s) (2^33.44) [P 56.69%][60.00% in 00:00:00][0]
Pub Addr: 1teStRrG5AwdsFLknMqvhMdpRULhaERhE
Priv (WIF): p2pkh:L3K4sVTfT4vVyYowHdYpJvhJEGSi4E53MLXpi18mJKRRRKgrySb1
Priv (HEX): 0xB5C7B18A566CA79517390748AD82BE9E76AAEF08A9D51790B6198B31D7C051C8
1158.668 MK/s (GPU 1130.124 MK/s) (2^33.70) [P 63.35%][70.00% in 00:00:02][1]
Pub Addr: 1TEStRRCeRb87VdfNVVXAUyTBX9qKe2Wg
Priv (WIF): p2pkh:KwavSxUtJ5K2TSPnJpPBGpAuaFLbxcC7sG55qv5FTBp2rmpkpW5b
Priv (HEX): 0xAE976E3EF6931D397BF5A7AD3D2E9BCDCB6A146999EAFA12FC6FC323EE57B93
1158.493 MK/s (GPU 1130.244 MK/s) (2^33.92) [P 68.98%][70.00% in 00:00:00][2]
Pub Addr: 1teSTRRSmKYTkSxc5zVdutwkQz1pgnogG
Priv (WIF): p2pkh:L2uw96XPy3hGTAPdaYQPcwkGhHSHwNE2Wg1x5bDiWhxTAi23aut8
Priv (HEX): 0xA9E121161DE2B805F785CA97E64A0387903CC050801EF42FE28D8A84FA3DC678
955.349 MK/s (GPU 928.917 MK/s) (2^34.16) [P 74.85%][80.00% in 00:00:03][3]

Code:
VanitySearchCUDA10.114.exe -gpu -ps mywalletTestrr 1Testrrr
VanitySearch v1.14
Difficulty: 51529903411245
Search: 1Testrrr [Compressed]
Start Thu May 16 14:26:20 2019
Base Key: 55074FFBB1C2A8851663FBB28567D53C5DE33066373868B31C8EE11290823BB5
Number of CPU thread: 5
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2070 (36x64 cores) Grid(288x128)
1272.480 MK/s (GPU 1243.445 MK/s) (2^33.57) [P 0.02%][50.00% in 07:47:06][0]

Code:
VanitySearchCUDA10.114.exe -gpu -b 1Test*rr
VanitySearch v1.14
Search: 1Test*rr [Compressed or Uncompressed]
Start Thu May 16 14:15:07 2019
Base Key: A3D13A2AE150C5C591B34DFAE9122B21EF590A83A6E6E478FB27E2D2550518E1
Number of CPU thread: 5
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2070 (36x64 cores) Grid(288x128)
97.857 MK/s (GPU 95.819 MK/s) (2^31.37) [0]

Code:
VanitySearchCUDA10.114.exe -gpu -b -r 300000 1Test*rr
VanitySearch v1.14
Search: 1Test*rr [Compressed or Uncompressed]
Start Thu May 16 14:17:15 2019
Base Key: Randomly changed every 300000 Mkeys
Number of CPU thread: 5
GPU: GPU #0 GeForce RTX 2070 (36x64 cores) Grid(288x128)
86.996 MK/s (GPU 84.823 MK/s) (2^30.38) [0]

After this overview of the new commands everything works perfectly at home, the search with the generics is necessarily slower but everything is fine and with the function -c the speed is like in normal mode! Very functional and intuitive thanks for this release Jean_Luc and congratulations for the work
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May 16, 2019, 01:20:25 PM
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Many thanks for the tests Wink
Thanks to everybody for helping me to make this software better Smiley
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