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April 17, 2011, 07:23:03 AM
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I tried using tesseract OCR to convert the images into text, but it failed miserably.

wouldn't "bitcoind listtransactions" help?

Ah, yes!  Dishwara, can you run bitcoind instead and capture the transactions to a text file?

Code:
./bitcoind listtransactions > transactions.txt

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April 17, 2011, 12:16:37 PM
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I tried using tesseract OCR to convert the images into text, but it failed miserably.

wouldn't "bitcoind listtransactions" help?

Ah, yes!  Dishwara, can you run bitcoind instead and capture the transactions to a text file?

Code:
./bitcoind listtransactions > transactions.txt

You don't have to run bitcoind. The gui version also offers the rpc interface if you put rpcuser=xxx, rpcpassword=yyy and maybe rpcport=8332 and rpcallowip=x.y.z.* into your bitcoin.conf (on linux ~/.bitcoin/bitcoin.conf)


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April 17, 2011, 03:18:11 PM
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I decided to do this the slow way, by using your screenshots and my own eyes...


Image 1:
   0.05 x 33 = 1.65

Image 2:
   0.05 x 6 = 0.3
   0.5 x 26 = 13

Image 3:

   0.05 x 22 = 1.1
   0.5 x 9 = 4.5

Image 4:

   0.05 x 29 = 1.45

Image 5:
   
   0.05 x 26 = 1.3
   0.5 x 5 = 2.5

Image 6:

   0.05 x 11 = 0.55
   0.5 x 20 = 10

Image 7:

   0.05 x 30 = 1.5

Image 8:

   0.05 x 4 = 0.2


1.65 + 0.3 + 13 + 1.1 + 4.5 + 1.45 + 1.3 + 2.5 + 0.55 + 10 + 1.5 + 0.2 =

38.05 BTC

Done.

Feel free to send me some of that dirty money: 1HshgkxJGoJSUojh1gGCStjh5guvaMtsN7

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April 17, 2011, 03:53:20 PM
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a serial number is not what you're asking for. what you're asking for is for each row to be labeled. get your terminology correct, okay?

It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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April 18, 2011, 04:04:50 AM
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Windows lets you select multiple rows via CTRL+left mouseclick, same thing for a couple of them via Shift+click.
ok, i selected, now how i print it?
I don’t know of any way to do that, just count the highlighted rows manually.
Unfortunately Windows doesn't normally provide any way to export the contents of a list like that. However there are some freeware utils that can do it. One I've used in the past is SysExporter. I haven't used Windows in a few years though so I don't know if that's still around.

I think what would help more than gridlines is alternating row background colours (say white/light blue). As for serial number it sounds like he just wants each transaction numbered sequentially (first ever to/from that address is #1, then #2...) for convenient sorting (especially if you could click on the column headers to sort). Though I imagine a date would do just as well, as long as it sorted numerically (by timestamp) rather than sorting the date strings themselves as text as some silly programs do...

(Another trick to count rows is to just click the first one, then keep pressing the down arrow, counting the presses until you hit the bottom. Also useful for counting string length.)

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April 18, 2011, 02:34:23 PM
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I decided to do this the slow way, by using your screenshots and my own eyes...

It turns out that is actually the fastest way in this case.  Cheesy

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April 19, 2011, 12:36:34 AM
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I decided to do this the slow way, by using your screenshots and my own eyes...


1.65 + 0.3 + 13 + 1.1 + 4.5 + 1.45 + 1.3 + 2.5 + 0.55 + 10 + 1.5 + 0.2 =

38.05 BTC

Done.

Feel free to send me some of that dirty money: 1HshgkxJGoJSUojh1gGCStjh5guvaMtsN7

I won't/can't send u some of that dirty money, coz i have to repay faucet after a poll.

I need confirmation, not 120 or 100 or even 6, i need at least another 2 confirmation from 2 other people.
coz, i thought it might have 50 coins, but he says 40-.
Some one, if can confirm it.

If you sent me more than a few cents I would have forwarded it to the faucet anyway.

Also, that figure above could be out by 0.50 or more... I'm not claiming it to be 100% accurate.


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