Which is very annoying. Last time I spend almost a half day to fix this. To enable TUI again, just delete the grin-server.toml file that is modified by Niffler.
yes, because with tui on, grin node process doesn’t work well on the background
Yes. But is it a good practice to modify the default behavior of another application silently? If such modification is unavoidable, I would like to propose to alternative solutions:
- Make a copy of user’s configuration file. Then modify and use that copy instead.
- Make a warning notice somewhere in Niffler to notice the user about such modification.
In my opinion, 1 is better than 2.
I will consider it in the next version of niffler