After experiencing various problems/bugs and wasting fees for failed orders now this (no, not funny at all ):
I’ve created an offer to sell BTC using bisq 1.1.0. After running bisq for a while with nobody taking my offer (possibly due to the bug fixed in bisq 1.1.1) I decided to shut down the application.
But the application did not shut down. I waited for ages to allow for a smooth shutdown, but the appli was apparently frozen, so I had to terminate it forcefully.
The next time I started up bisq, my BTC sell order had vanished from the order book of available offers. It still appears under “Portfolio/My Open Offers”, but when I try to deactivate, edit or delete the offer a warning dialog appears - “Deactivating of offer failed: Remove offer failed” or “Remove offer failed: Remove offer failed”.
It is no longer possible to change the offer, but my BTC are locked up in it (order fully funded from wallet).
Are my BTC now gone? Please help.
As a (possibly unrelated?) side note: I also experience the problems described in https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq/issues/2808 and https://github.com/bisq-network/bisq/issues/2800 (the latter with no apparent side effect other than that some BISQ/DAO data are missing).