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Creating a new account on testnet, defaults back to mainnet #1031

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culshaw opened this Issue Jan 15, 2018 · 1 comment

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culshaw commented Jan 15, 2018

Expected behaviour

I expected to create a new account on custom node/testnet, when the modal opens, it keeps the testnet or custom node selected

Actual behaviour

The modal opens but the server dropdown reverts to mainnet

Steps to reproduce

Open 1.3.2, select testnet, click new account.
Modal opens, and the dropdown reverts to mainnet.

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Confirming. When using the source version on the development branch where Testnet is the default setting, the network always jumps back to Testnet. This means the network is always reset to the default.

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webmaster128 commented Apr 8, 2018

Confirming. When using the source version on the development branch where Testnet is the default setting, the network always jumps back to Testnet. This means the network is always reset to the default.

@slaweet slaweet assigned ginacontrino and unassigned slaweet May 7, 2018

ginacontrino pushed a commit that referenced this issue May 9, 2018

gina contrino
Merge pull request #1064 from LiskHQ/1031-network-login-after-id-crea…
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Keep selected network option when creating new ID - Closes #1031

Version 2.0.0 automation moved this from Issues to Closed Issues May 9, 2018

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