Its been a long time since I posted, my life is just so busy!!! My owner does a lot of travelling, and sometimes I don't know if I am coming or going.
Anyway, I just came here to read my feed, and to do a little curating. I dont do too much of that either, but on occasion I like to check in.
Well it seems that Steemit.com has made a very drastic change with potentially huge repercussions on users like myself who aren't at all tech-savy. And they did it without first WARNING ME!!!
My owner told me I was supposed to save all my passwords somewhere safe when I opened this account, but because I was just a puppy, I forgot all about it!!!
Maybe he was putting too much responsibility on a puppy, but I am not blamming him. I knew I was supposed to do it, but never got around to it. I mean most of the time, I can just get by by being friendly and wagging my tail. But in this case, that just doesn't work. I am very sad.
My password is saved in my browser. I don't have my own computer, so I have only ever accessed my account through Samsung's browser that is pre-installed on my owner's cell phone. Samsung's browser does save passwords, but does not give the option (as far as I can tell) to visually see the password that has been saved.
I have never logged out of Steemit.com, so I thought I would be ok, I could always access all my keys directly from Steemit.com.
Well today, when I tried to go to my wallet and power up my Steem, I could not get into my wallet!!!! I didnt even know in advance that there would be a new wallet interface. Anyway, I don't know my password to get in.
I am so afraid that I have lost my life savings, and am really scared that my owner is going to be mad at me.
Is there someone who can help me get it back? Shouldn't the default interface be the one with the money and passwords(the important stuff), and the new interface be the one where you post (the unimportant stuff)?
Once again, the developers are only thinking like tech-nerds, and have completely failed to think in terms of customer service, user experience, and unintended real world problems. There is still some very serious lack of leadership found at Steemit - and once again, they are severly damaging the reputation of our blockchain with their short-sightedness.
@steemitblog ?!?! Please help!!