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1.18.0

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🚀 Features

  • Prompt wallet password instead of stating that "Wallet must be unlocked" @keerifox (#507)

🐛 Bug Fixes

  • Automatically refresh transaction list upon receive or new receivable tx @keerifox (#506)

Contributors

@BitDesert, @Joohansson and @keerifox

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.18.0-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.18.0-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.

1.17.0

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  • Update ticker to XNO, display XNO symbol where appropriate, refer to nano in lower case @keerifox (#498)
  • Translation - Configure app @BitDesert (#484)
  • Replace NF logo in card with a lattice-like Truchet pattern @keerifox (#497)
  • Add transloco test to make sure that you cannot use the language word… @andrew-m-higgs (#483)

Contributors

@BitDesert, @andrew-m-higgs and @keerifox

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.17.0-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.17.0-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.

1.16.0

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🚀 Features

  • Adding nanolooker to default rep list @Joohansson (#465)
  • Alert when switching wallet storage option to none @Joohansson (#458)
  • Use mobile transactions layout on the "Receive" page on small viewports @keerifox (#459)

🐛 Bug Fixes

🧰 Maintenance

Contributors

@BitDesert, @Joohansson, @andrew-m-higgs, @dependabot, @dependabot[bot] and @keerifox

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.16.0-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.16.0-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.

1.15.0

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  • Fix *ngIf instead of *ngSwitchCase @keerifox (#456)
  • Upscale nanoidenticons when devicePixelRatio is higher than 1 @keerifox (#448)
  • Add "Copy address" button to Receive page for mobile devices @keerifox (#442)
  • Improve representative list layout on small viewports @keerifox (#441)
  • Add "Scan QR code" button on "Send" page for small viewports @keerifox (#433)
  • Determine extra raw amount when using url param of the send page @keerifox (#432)
  • Change "Edit Label" tooltip text to "Edit Entry" @keerifox (#425)
  • Use new alert style for sweeper @Joohansson (#454)
  • Use the new style for confirming remote signing @Joohansson (#455)

🚀 Features

  • Export account transaction history as csv files @Joohansson (#452)
  • Implement new transactions list and menus for mobile devices @keerifox (#431)

Contributors

@Joohansson and @keerifox

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.15.0-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.15.0-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.

1.14.0

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🚀 Features

🐛 Bug Fixes

  • Fix not being able to scroll to the very top/bottom on mobile devices @keerifox (#418)
  • Add "pressed" style to mobile buttons/menu @keerifox (#422)
  • Change mobile top bar color from blue to black @keerifox (#421)

🧰 Maintenance

Contributors

@BitDesert, @Joohansson and @keerifox

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.14.0-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.14.0-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.

1.13.4

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🚀 Features

🐛 Bug Fixes

🧰 Maintenance

Contributors

@Joohansson, @igoracmelo, @igorcmelo and @keerifox

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.13.4-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.13.4-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.

1.13.3

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🐛 Bug Fixes

  • Allow importing UTF-16 from address book file (minor detail missed in previous release) @Joohansson (#399)

Contributors

@Joohansson

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.13.3-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.13.3-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.

1.13.2

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🚀 Features

  • Support UTF-16 characters in address book export (plus improvements) @Joohansson (#397)
  • Show address book results in remote signing @Joohansson (#394)

Contributors

@Joohansson

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.13.2-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.13.2-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.

1.13.1

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🚀 Features

🐛 Bug Fixes

🧰 Maintenance

Contributors

@Joohansson, @aleksre, @dependabot and @keerifox

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.13.1-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.13.1-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.

1.12.0

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🚀 Features

🐛 Bug Fixes

  • Display spinners on the Accounts page and in the accounts dropdown while balances are loading @keerifox (#382)
  • Try to reduce confusion between secret seeds and private keys @keerifox (#384)
  • UX improvements and bug fixes for changing address book labels @keerifox (#383)
  • Fix mismatching info in the network explorer when quickly switching pages @keerifox (#381)
  • Transaction list layout improvements and fixes @keerifox (#372)

🧰 Maintenance

Contributors

@BitDesert, @Joohansson, @aleksre, @dependabot, @dependabot[bot] and @keerifox

Checksum Validation

If you want to verify the binary checksum there are plenty of apps to do this. One way is using a powershell or bash terminal:

  • Powershell: Get-FileHash -Path '.\Nault-Setup-1.12.0-Windows.exe' -Algorithm SHA256
  • Bash: openssl sha256 Nault-1.12.0-Linux.AppImage

Then compare the output hash with the one listed in the corresponding checksum.txt file. The .yml has a binary checksum that is more complicated.