ElectrumSV 1.3.12

Do you need an introduction to how ElectrumSV works?

We have a selected range of guides to common tasks that our users may want to do in our documentation, please check it out.

Where can you download ElectrumSV?

The only safe downloads are available on: electrumsv.io

Where can you get help?

Find our issue tracker here where you can create a ticket. Fill out the issue template, please! Otherwise we have no idea what steps you took or any of the other details and then we have to spend time asking you them anyway and you get help much later. Fill out the template for your own sake, if not ours!

What has changed in this release?

The main changes in this release have been listed below. If you don’t want to know the details, just read the titles. If you want to find out about smaller fixes, you can check the release notes in the Github repository.

Re-enabling change

Affects users of 1.3.11 who had not manually enabled this setting.

The wallet settings.
An imperfect way to verify that your transactions are making change properly.

Signed Windows builds

Makes the wallet seem more respectable as users should not get a nebulous warning.

Windows protected your PC!
Per-release unique first dialog shown on startup.

Ledger “unverified inputs” known issue

Affects Ledger users with later versions of their firmware.

No real world user understands what this means.

Wallet window leakage

Affects users who open multiple wallets at the same time.

Disallow opening future wallet formats

Affects users who have used older and newer versions together.

A wallet from a later version of ElectrumSV is reconised and a load failure message shown.

An option for MacOS 10.13 and 10.14 users

Affects MacOS users who are stuck with 10.13 and 10.14.

What changed before this release?

Each of our release articles links to the article for the release before it. You can follow our releases back and see what changed in each, by the article that accompanied that release.



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