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NetworkStatusItem Searching node
SettingsNode Daemon startup flags
SharedRingDB This records rings used by outputs spent on Monero on a key reusing chain, so that the same ring may be reused to avoid privacy issues.
WizardController Please proceed to the device...
WizardController Creating wallet from device...
WizardCreateDevice1 Subaddress lookahead (optional)
WizardCreateDevice1 Error writing wallet from hardware device. Check application logs.
WizardModeSelection Please select the statement that best matches you.
WizardModeSelection Easy access to sending, receiving and basic functionality.
WizardModeSelection Easy access to sending, receiving and basic functionality. The blockchain is downloaded to your computer.
WizardOpenWallet1 Browse filesystem
WizardRestoreWallet3 To be able to communicate with the Monero network your wallet needs to be connected to a Monero node. For best privacy it's recommended to run your own node.

If you don't have the option to run your own node, there's an option to connect to a remote node.
main Please proceed to the device...
main Repairing incompatible wallet cache. Resyncing wallet.
PasswordDialog Please enter new wallet password
SettingsInfo persistent
SettingsInfo persistence disabled
WizardModeBootstrap Temporary use of remote nodes is useful in order to use Monero immediately (hence the name bootstrap), however be aware that when using remote nodes (including with the bootstrap setting), nodes could track your IP address, track your "restore height" and associated block request data, and send you inaccurate information to learn more about transactions you make.
Receive Show on device
main Local node is running