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ElectrumSV 1.3.11 has been released. Serious repercussions for Ledger and Trezor users along with some minor fixes for other things. Read more about it in the Medium article. Only download ElectrumSV from https://electrumsv.io -- rt12 https://roger-taylor.medium.com/electrumsv-1-3-11-6f09f2aaed94
Please@electrumsv... could we have a list of compatible operating systems, specially for MacOS, as some of us choose to stay behind (some by lack of choice).
electrumsv replied:
We do not exclude older versions of macos intentionally, our build servers have updated and limited ranges of support that we have to use. Additionally, testing against older versions of operating systems to see if they are not longer supportable is not something we have the resources to do. We do have the resources to test against a recent version. That said we should be able to work out what versions of macos we should be able to support based on the xcode sdk stuff thingies. So I have made a issue for that. https://github.com/electrumsv/electrumsv/issues/579 -- rt12
glauce replied:
Thank you@electrumsv... that will be great!
electrumsv replied:
What version of macos do you have?
glauce replied:
I have ElectrumSV (cold wallet) installed in High Sierra, on a SSD I don't use for anything else... just restart from there when I need Electrum.
not logged in replied:
1.3.4 works with High Sierra and I think the main change was that we probably updated the version of Python we use. I suspect if we change the line linked below back to 10.3 and rebuild, we may be able to have the latest version work with High Sierra (no guarantees). https://github.com/electrumsv/electrumsv/blob/master/contrib/osx/make_osx#L55 -- rt12
glauce replied:
Thanks a lot... I haven't updated ElectrumSV for a good while because I wasn't sure about compatibility, it is great to know 1.3.4 is good to go... also, would there be a problem if I stayed on that?
glauce replied:
Could you please let me know where can I download ElectrumSV 1.3.4 securely... it is terrible, I still haven't update it... sorry to be a pest
electrumsv replied:
glauce replied:
Thank you@electrumsv... the link takes me to 1.3.1, not 1.3.4, so I am a bit confused... also, the page says "The Wayback Machine has not archived that URL"... 🤔... not sure what to do... 😕🤔
electrumsv replied:
Go to our downloads page, copy a download url and change the version number. It should work.
glauce replied:
That was solution, thank you@electrumsv... was a bit convoluted, but it worked!!! So all seems good so far!
glauce replied:
I have been reading the migration guide from ElectrumSV 1.2.5 to 1.3 and am unsure of what to do when you have more than one wallet.... can we migrate existing multiple wallets from 1.2.5 to 1.3.4? Many pre-thanks and sorry to pester you again...🐥😁
electrumsv replied:
They are all separate wallets, so you would migrate each separately. We do not merge wallets. At a later stage we may allow importing a wallet as an account so you can see all your finances together, but we are far away from that at this point.
glauce replied:
That is great... so, after all wallet migrations (one by one), 1.3.4 will look identical to 1.2.5, as it was, with the same wallets... thanks a lot for all you help@electrumsv 😊
electrumsv replied:
Every release will have wallet migrations. So the 1.2.5 -> 1.3.4 upgrade is representative of updating any post 1.3 release.