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May 04, 2014, 10:43:11 AM
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Hah, that's actually pretty funny Grin

Keep up the good work!

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May 04, 2014, 11:35:20 AM
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OK...  I got IE 11.0.9600.17105 installed and the on-screen keyboard works fine when I run Simcoin.exe...   I also opened main.htm with Chrome & Firefox/Tor and the on-screen keyboard works with those as well.

After enabling the data_folder INI option (with the values given)...  a folder named Simcoin was created in AppData -> Roaming...  and the folder named data within it includes the .log & .vlt files.

Great! Thanks for the detailed report.

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May 04, 2014, 12:25:49 PM
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May 04, 2014, 12:42:47 PM
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I ran Simcoin.exe, it works alright. Created a couple of vaults with Russian keyboard, everything looks ok.
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I didn't understand how to check ini file. If I click it I've got a document opened in notepad:
[main]
data_folder=
;data_folder=%APPDATA%\Simcoin\data\

Btw there's no Simcoin folder in my Roaming folder.
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Opened main.htm in Firefox 28.0 and  IE 9.0.8112.16421 and nothing happenes, I can't create a vault. I enter a password, click Enter, window closes and that's it.

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May 04, 2014, 12:46:06 PM
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Btw there's no Simcoin folder in my Roaming folder.
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Opened main.htm in Firefox 28.0 and  IE 9.0.8112.16421 and nothing happenes, I can't create a vault. I enter a password, click Enter, window closes and that's it.

You have no Simcoin in your Roaming because the default data_folder is empty, so the program uses its current location as its data folder.

To test, modify the ini to look like this:

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data_folder=%APPDATA%\Simcoin\data\

Then run the program again, it will now work with that folder.

Vaults won't be created in other browsers, JS relies on the core executable to do some operations.

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May 04, 2014, 12:52:22 PM
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To test, modify the ini to look like this:
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Then run the program again, it will now work with that folder.

It worked, folder created.

So just doesn't work in IE then. It's x64 btw.

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May 04, 2014, 12:54:21 PM
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So just doesn't work in IE then. It's x64 btw.

It's not supposed to work in browsers other than the embedded one Smiley

It uses the API provided by simcoin.exe.

Simcoin: https://simtalk.org:444/ | The Simplest Bitcoin Wallet: https://tsbw.io/ | Coinmix: https://coinmix.to | Tippr stats: https://tsbw.io/tippr/
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May 04, 2014, 12:58:46 PM
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So just doesn't work in IE then. It's x64 btw.

It's not supposed to work in browsers other than the embedded one Smiley

It uses the API provided by simcoin.exe.

Hello.

I see you do all the development on windows
but will this be limited only for windows I mean do you have future plans to
port the software on other platforms like linux as well?



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May 04, 2014, 01:03:42 PM
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I see you do all the development on windows
but will this be limited only for windows I mean do you have future plans to
port the software on other platforms like linux as well?

Of course! But if you want to go mainstream, you have to go first after the OS that has the biggest market share.

If I remember correctly, Satoshi's first client was Windows-only too.

Also, unfortunately I am a Windows-only programmer. Or "fortunately", if you are a Linux programmer, because this means BOUNTIES!!! Smiley

Simcoin: https://simtalk.org:444/ | The Simplest Bitcoin Wallet: https://tsbw.io/ | Coinmix: https://coinmix.to | Tippr stats: https://tsbw.io/tippr/
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May 04, 2014, 01:43:03 PM
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No, it's not closed yet.

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May 04, 2014, 01:48:06 PM
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So just doesn't work in IE then. It's x64 btw.

It's not supposed to work in browsers other than the embedded one Smiley

It uses the API provided by simcoin.exe.

Ok, got it ) So yeah, it works then.

By the way, I think it's a great idea for a coin. Right now I'm waiting for about 25+ minutes for a btc tx to be confirmed. I'm super tired and want to go to sleep but I need to receive and send some coins first and it's driving me mad. Even with Nxt everytime I send coins it like in that certain moment the network needs 10 minutes instead of 1 to generate next block and confirm my transaction.

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May 04, 2014, 02:12:10 PM
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Even with Nxt everytime I send coins it like in that certain moment the network needs 10 minutes instead of 1 to generate next block and confirm my transaction.

Exactly! NXT's 1-minute block is an elusive creature, especially when you need it the most.

I know what NXT defenders will say: "As soon as we have Transparent Forging/Instant Transactions/Charlie Sheen's Blood, everything will be perfect." Well, we'll see.

One thing I know is if you are waiting in line in front of an ATM or a cashier, one minute can seem like an eternity. I want it to be as fast as credit cards.

Simcoin: https://simtalk.org:444/ | The Simplest Bitcoin Wallet: https://tsbw.io/ | Coinmix: https://coinmix.to | Tippr stats: https://tsbw.io/tippr/
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May 04, 2014, 06:03:56 PM
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Another leader - 3.201 BTC!

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May 04, 2014, 08:08:10 PM
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Of course! But if you want to go mainstream, you have to go first after the OS that has the biggest market share.

If I remember correctly, Satoshi's first client was Windows-only too.

Also, unfortunately I am a Windows-only programmer. Or "fortunately", if you are a Linux programmer, because this means BOUNTIES!!! Smiley

I'm mostly on GNU/Linux but have done a tiny amount of cross development for Windows using MinGW ( http://www.mingw.org/ ), if you need any help in that regard.

I code in plain vanilla C... I don't do C++, however.


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May 04, 2014, 11:48:30 PM
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Weres your proof that bitcoins have actually been invested? Guys he's trying to make it look like more people have invested then actually have. This topic is self moderated so he's deleting all criticism, I expect this post will also be deleted. But if at least one person sees this and sees the truth it's a win.
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May 05, 2014, 12:01:24 AM
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Weres your proof that bitcoins have actually been invested? Guys he's trying to make it look like more people have invested then actually have. This topic is self moderated so he's deleting all criticism, I expect this post will also be deleted. But if at least one person sees this and sees the truth it's a win.

make the address public...
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May 05, 2014, 04:40:02 AM
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Weres your proof that bitcoins have actually been invested? Guys he's trying to make it look like more people have invested then actually have. This topic is self moderated so he's deleting all criticism, I expect this post will also be deleted. But if at least one person sees this and sees the truth it's a win.

Weres your proof that bitcoins haven't actually been invested?

If he deletes your post I'd say thanks, coz I spend a lot of time everyday on the forum and I'm sick of people like you which post fud in every thread.

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May 05, 2014, 04:48:39 AM
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Good moment to close the IPO.

Why? What's so good about it?

You have to decide between more money for you and dont disgruntle stakeholder because of inflation of their invest. If this is not a scam you dont need the extra money because of your big Dev stake. If it is, you should hold the IPO open of course as long as possible....

P.S. 160 initial stakeholder is enough splitting for the 40% in ipo. Its all about how you split the other 60% now. So more initial stakeholder is not an argument.

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May 05, 2014, 04:56:15 AM
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Weres your proof that bitcoins have actually been invested? Guys he's trying to make it look like more people have invested then actually have. This topic is self moderated so he's deleting all criticism, I expect this post will also be deleted. But if at least one person sees this and sees the truth it's a win.

At least the 3.201 is a real invest. Dont know anything about the other ones...

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May 05, 2014, 04:58:08 AM
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Good moment to close the IPO.

Why? What's so good about it?

You have to decide between more money for you and dont disgruntle stakeholder because of inflation of their invest. If this is not a scam you dont need the extra money because of your big Dev stake. If it is, you should hold the IPO open of course as long as possible....

See no point. Nobody promised to close IPO at some certain point. First investor had 100% coins. Now he must be really pissed because he doesn't have 100% coins anymore  Huh

Also don't forget about distribution. 100-150 people is the lowest level. Otherwise there will be lots of trolls stating "unfair" distribution.

Anyhow I'm waiting for some money and hope that IPO will last for at least a couple of weeks more. I know NxtChg.com and trust him and I like the idea of his coin so for me it's a must to invest in SIM.

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