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ephephi'm assuming you still have the data from your old parity install, and that one file in there is a .json file with your private key encoded
ephephso in MEW, go to "print"
ephephnot in your browser, in the "ADdress" widget
ephephwait, no it isn't there
ephephhmmm you should be able to get private key out
ephephthat could just be like 1 word
ephephalso, MyCrypto can be downloaded, you can try old versions
ephephanyway, if you go to "print" on the address widget, do you see a "private key"?
ephephwow, this is a terrible bug in MyEtherWallet, not showing you the private key in the print page when you use a 12w seed. i'm filing it now
ephephnbd, thx for the offer. good luck!
ephephi'm glad i found this bug in MEW while we were looking into this, it's pretty serious for MEW to say "here is your paper wallet" and NOT give you a private key! that's what the prod version does right now
I'm running a ropesteen testnet through Parity (v2.7.X), and it's stuck syncing at block #8579999.
But when you look at etherscan, it's currently sinking from #8569345, and some other explorer's sync is stuck at #8579999, like me.
Ropsten's chain seems to have divided, so I'd like to know which is right.
JamTaixu Chen (Gitter): you might want to move towards the substrate technical channel (on riot/element), but github.com/paritytech/frontier models one way to do this, where basically you need to create a pallet to wrap around blocks of the chain you are forking
unable to unlock accounts...