And it just sits in this "Waiting for account..." state
did you setup your ledger with the derivation paths from ledger live?
likely the issue?
er sorry got that backwards, @PaulRBerg did you set up your ledger using the derivation path of say MEW?
Paul Razvan Berg
Yup, the standard one one MyCrypto & friends
@PaulRBerg After connecting your Ledger, did you select it as your account in Frame?
@PaulRBerg Support for alternate derivation paths is in progress and should be available the next release
@androolloyd EIP-712 is also in progress, there is a pull request open for it that you can track. It will likely not be in the next release but should be supported soon
Thanks Jordan. I’ll add frame to our roadmap for integrations to properly support for Groundhog
Are there any plans to add non hardware based wallets to Frame? I'm thinking that Frame could piggyback off of geth and use accounts that are available there.
@matkam_twitter We have mnemonic phrase, keystore.json and standalone private key ring accounts in 0.2 as well. This is a big release for us which contributes to the length of time it is taking for us to get it out as we wanted to get all of this functionality fully audited
That's amazing! I figured I'd ask here instead of opening another issue on Github
Thanks @matkam_twitter! I'm glad we're on the same page and have been working on features you're interested in using. We hope to have all of this out in the official 0.2 release soon!
Looking forward to it :)
HI I'm having trouble with creating a passphrase, is there a mini # or words or word size?
@wizardofwhere You'll need to use (and backup) a BIP39 mnemonic phrase. We will be adding the ability to generate these phrases in Frame very soon but for now you'll need to generate and backup your phrase outside of Frame. A search for "BIP39 mnemonic phrase" should point you in the right direction.
I'm developing a browser in Electron. Can it create a window which loads Frame's index.html with all its functionalities?
What I'm working on for this browser is having a wrapper which gets web3 messages from DApps running inside iframe, and translates them to Frame
Yes, this browser is leveraging the maximum level of a iframe-based browser with web3.
Can a normal Dapp in <iframe>, when communicating to Frame, messages being read as <iframe> messages from a main page wrapper? Then re-sending these messages to Frame. In this case, the browser's main index.html acts as a Dapp to Frame, but exchanging messages copied from <iframe>'s DApp