This article covers the release of ElectrumSV 1.3.2, and the things that have changed since ElectrumSV 1.3.1.
Do you need an introduction to how ElectrumSV works?
Perhaps you might be better served just heading over to our guide that illustrates some of the common uses of ElectrumSV. Especially if you are new to ElectrumSV, or coming from ElectrumSV 1.2.5 (or even earlier versions).
ElectrumSV 1.3 migration guide
This article is intended to illustrate a few of the common uses of ElectrumSV, that have changed between the older…
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.
We do not provide support over Twitter or any other forms of social media. Not only is it not guaranteed we will see your comments, it is a very painful way to do support that we avoid. If you need support, submit an issue on our issue tracker. Or you can raise subjects of interest on Unwriter’s Slack, or the Metanet.ICU Slack.
What has changed in this release?
If you don’t want to know the details, just read the titles.
Notifications displaying incorrectly on Linux
Affects all Linux users who view their notifications.
While the user interface framework we use is cross-platform, it does not look the same on all platforms and this means that because Windows tends to get the most testing it has the best guarantee of looking correct.
Thanks to Breavyn for reporting this bug, and the screenshot above.
Migration failed for coinbase transactions
Affects who import a pre-1.3 wallet with coinbase transactions.
There’s a variety of my testing wallets checked in with our test suite ranging over many of the past wallet format variations. Unfortunately, none had a coinbase transaction and I missed testing this case.
Thanks to Lin Zheming for reporting this bug.
What changed before this release?
You can read more detail about bug fixes and changes, included in these.