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First of all many thanks for your feedback.
You are right, I need to clean up a couple of things in the repository. The submodule init is a left over from the first tests and in the neantime there is a python neoscrypt module available, that can be installed with pip.
I also missed the fact, that I need to adapt the cache and config locattion, when forking directly from spesmilo repository. It’s on my todo list now.
I also have access to some of the server not working for you. I will check and probably update the ssl certificates there.
Please keep your wallet open for at least 12 hours and check if your transaktion will get verified. This can take some time.
Please keep me updated here.
Last but not least, my focus is on the 4.x version, as the 3.3.8 version is about 2 years old, maybe older and a bit outdated already2
Not having luck… does that mean your wallet still doesn’t connect to a server or that your Trezor isn’t recognized?
Also, what is the operating system you use and do you use a binary version of the FTC Electrum wallet or would you be able to install from GIT?
Sorry for the questions, but I need some more information.
There is no other wallet I know of which supports Trezor and FTC and if you want to continue to use Trezor, what makes sense, you probably need to go forward with the electrum wallet.
if you can install from git, I may have a solution for your actual problem.
I have a working alpha version of the 4.x Electrum-FTC wallet. It is not ready for production, but it has the 4.x fixes of the original Electrum wallet so there is a chance, that Trezor will work.
Unfortunatelly I don’t have a binary yet, so it needs to be installed from git.
I would be careful using the walletgenerator as i believe there was a vulnerability found in it.
I am not sure how true this is, but better to be safe then sorry in my opinion