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March 20, 2014, 02:40:57 PM
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Version 3.3 is out.  A lot of minor things made it into this version..
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- Did some visual rearranging, the pending BTC and NMC values are always in the top right beside the hash rate
Thanks for the update.

In Slush's Pool, the wrong field has been put at the top and highlighted - it's the Estimated payout, when it should be the Confirmed payout.

Are you sure?  I'm reasonably certain confirmed is what's happened.  Estimated is what's in queue, and unconfirmed is what may happen.

EDIT: I think unconfirmed is what it sounds like ... BTC in your hopper that hasn't confirmed yet.

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March 20, 2014, 03:13:49 PM
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Are you sure?  I'm reasonably certain confirmed is what's happened.  Estimated is what's in queue, and unconfirmed is what may happen.
Yes, I'm sure.

Confirmed is earned and actually payable - equivalent to BTCguild's "Pending BTC payout" or Scryptguild's "Confirmed BTC";
Unconfirmed is earned but not yet payable;
Estimated is purely ephemeral - what you might earn when the next block is solved.

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March 20, 2014, 03:56:00 PM
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Are you sure?  I'm reasonably certain confirmed is what's happened.  Estimated is what's in queue, and unconfirmed is what may happen.
Yes, I'm sure.

Confirmed is earned and actually payable - equivalent to BTCguild's "Pending BTC payout" or Scryptguild's "Confirmed BTC";
Unconfirmed is earned but not yet payable;
Estimated is purely ephemeral - what you might earn when the next block is solved.

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K, I'll switch them around.

Thanks.

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March 20, 2014, 05:57:09 PM
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Well, I think it is not good idea to distribute my key like that. So my region is Bulgaria and every "." here is "," and maybe this is the problem. If you tell me location I can change my settings and test.

Thanks.

I was able to reproduce this by changing my region to Bulgaria.  The problem was in how I was parsing the data.  I've corrected it, it should work for you in the next version.

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March 20, 2014, 06:25:32 PM
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Adding support for Bitparking is no longer on my list.  Bitparking has hardly any hash rate, therefore I don't believe it's worth my time to do.

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March 20, 2014, 10:58:22 PM
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I just published version 3.4.

v3.4
- Put the proper BTC balance field for Slush in the top right (thanks SA!)
- Fixed a problem with ScryptGuild throwing errors if your decimal setting is a comma ","
- Fixed the problem with "Show worker data" and "Show balance data" not being on by default for ScryptGuild
- Changed the one "average" entry for Eligius to be the 256 second entry instead of 3hr, as the average routine is also the one that feeds the "idle worker" logic

This may be the last update for a while.  I've had some spare time recently, and that time comes to an end today.

That said I still intend to add support for LTCRabbit and publish this in GitHub.  After that, I don't know.  I have another project I want to get off the ground..

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March 21, 2014, 12:00:49 AM
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Very cool.
Thanks.

I just published version 3.4.

v3.4
- Put the proper BTC balance field for Slush in the top right (thanks SA!)
- Fixed a problem with ScryptGuild throwing errors if your decimal setting is a comma ","
- Fixed the problem with "Show worker data" and "Show balance data" not being on by default for ScryptGuild
- Changed the one "average" entry for Eligius to be the 256 second entry instead of 3hr, as the average routine is also the one that feeds the "idle worker" logic

This may be the last update for a while.  I've had some spare time recently, and that time comes to an end today.

That said I still intend to add support for LTCRabbit and publish this in GitHub.  After that, I don't know.  I have another project I want to get off the ground..

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March 23, 2014, 09:55:59 AM
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I just published version 3.4.
This may be the last update for a while.  I've had some spare time recently, and that time comes to an end today.
Fantastic tool - thanks a mill M,
Wondering if it would be possible to add support for multiple address @ Eligius?
Thanks again.

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March 23, 2014, 11:12:57 AM
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I just published version 3.4.
This may be the last update for a while.  I've had some spare time recently, and that time comes to an end today.
Fantastic tool - thanks a mill M,

Thanks! Smiley

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Wondering if it would be possible to add support for multiple address @ Eligius?
Thanks again.

As in true multiple addresses?  Or using the _worker functionality, ie, same address, but you append a worker name to the end with an _underscore?

For former is quite doable.  The latter isn't, it's an API limitation from Eligius.

If you want the former, how many is multiple?

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March 24, 2014, 12:57:27 AM
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I just published v3.5.

Changes:
- Fixed a problem where a "N/A" return from Eligius for last block value would trigger an error
- Changed all message box errors to notification bar messages, as message boxes stop all processing until the user clicks something
- Made the annoying idle worker popup even more annoying by adding a regular PC beep to it (can disable via options)
- Added support for LTC Rabbit
- Fixed a problem with connection problems to Eligius not being handled and displayed properly
- A few misc internal bug fixes, mostly around error handling

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March 24, 2014, 01:13:36 AM
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Thanks I am going to try it out now with LTCRabbit.


I just published v3.5.

Changes:
- Fixed a problem where a "N/A" return from Eligius for last block value would trigger an error
- Changed all message box errors to notification bar messages, as message boxes stop all processing until the user clicks something
- Made the annoying idle worker popup even more annoying by adding a regular PC beep to it (can disable via options)
- Added support for LTC Rabbit
- Fixed a problem with connection problems to Eligius not being handled and displayed properly
- A few misc internal bug fixes, mostly around error handling

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March 24, 2014, 07:43:48 PM
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As in true multiple addresses? 

Yep, Actual multiple address - I mine with two - so ability to see their combined hashrate and stats on the Eligius tab would be sweet!

Thanks again

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March 25, 2014, 08:51:47 AM
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- Made the annoying idle worker popup even more annoying by adding a regular PC beep to it (can disable via options)
The particularly annoying thing about the annoying popup is that I have to remember to turn the bloody thing off every time I start the program, as it doesn't remember that I disabled it last time.  (I have one rather slow miner chugging away which often has no results for five minutes or more, and trips the warning multiple times every hour.)

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March 25, 2014, 09:35:35 AM
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- Made the annoying idle worker popup even more annoying by adding a regular PC beep to it (can disable via options)
The particularly annoying thing about the annoying popup is that I have to remember to turn the bloody thing off every time I start the program, as it doesn't remember that I disabled it last time.  (I have one rather slow miner chugging away which often has no results for five minutes or more, and trips the warning multiple times every hour.)

+1 please mdude77 fix (with the save button) the user choice...

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March 25, 2014, 01:11:42 PM
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- Made the annoying idle worker popup even more annoying by adding a regular PC beep to it (can disable via options)
The particularly annoying thing about the annoying popup is that I have to remember to turn the bloody thing off every time I start the program, as it doesn't remember that I disabled it last time.  (I have one rather slow miner chugging away which often has no results for five minutes or more, and trips the warning multiple times every hour.)

+1 please mdude77 fix (with the save button) the user choice...

really?  I'm sorry, that's supposed to be saved...

logic fail in my code.  will try to push a fix out later today.

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March 26, 2014, 02:01:48 AM
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I just put out v3.6 to correct the not remembering the annoying idle warning option.

v3.6
- Fixed the problem with the scroll bars being offscreen for multipool and scryptguild
- Fixed problem with it not remembering idle popups being turned off

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March 27, 2014, 11:40:12 PM
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many thanks for nice software

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March 30, 2014, 01:20:21 PM
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Code is now on Github.

https://github.com/mdude77/MPoolMonitor

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March 30, 2014, 09:58:57 PM
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I just put out v3.6 to correct the not remembering the annoying idle warning option.
Not sure if it's just me, but when I run the program after downloading 3.6, it still shows 3.5 in the header, and doesn't save the pop-up settings.

All old versions were deleted.  Tried a second time and got the same result.  Is it possible that the previous version was included in error?

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March 30, 2014, 10:04:59 PM
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I just put out v3.6 to correct the not remembering the annoying idle warning option.
Not sure if it's just me, but when I run the program after downloading 3.6, it still shows 3.5 in the header, and doesn't save the pop-up settings.

All old versions were deleted.  Tried a second time and got the same result.  Is it possible that the previous version was included in error?

Right you are.  Seems like I built it but forgot to drop it in the zip.  I just updated it... see if it says 3.6 now and works properly. Smiley

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