For the new Brave Wallet, I recommend that the process for adding new networks be enhanced in the following ways:
Accept the decimal version of network IDs. Most resources communicate the decimal version. And many people won’t understand how to convert them into the hex version.
Provide a list of well-known networks to add, so people don’t have to go look them up and do the manual entry.
Workaround: go to anyswap and click on each network in order to add them to to the Networks that way
I don’t understand how this works.
Feature request issue logged
Thanks! Any thoughts on accepting both decimal and hex IDs too, for cases when custom network providers are still needed?
Will definitely be considered and make it easy once the design are spec’d out
Is it that hard to have the Network ID field detect for hex or decimal values?
no, it isn’t. if there’s a leading
0x it’s hex, otherwise decimal
FYI - That’s already added but just missed the cut-off for the current hotfix that was just released. It’ll be in the next release though.
Good! Thanks for the information, Brian.
FYI - That’s deployed now, you can use decimal numbers when editing the chain now.
It’s int he latest Brave hotfix 1.32.115