Hey guys, I know that all the info I am asking for will eventually be forthcoming, with future versions of the gui being more user friendly, etc., but if you have a moment I was hoping to clarify a couple other issues regarding structure/setup of the current gui wallet:
1. The first thing the gui wallet asks after I install it onto a computer is for a password (to be used to unlock the wallet). Is that password just for encryption of the wallet itself? In other words, if I dump_private_key for an account, will that private key then be unencrypted or "naked", so that when I import_private_key into the new wallet, I won't have to enter the old wallet password every time I want to access the account in the new wallet? Sorry if this sounds really basic, but I am just trying to solidify my understanding of the basic protocol drawing from my (limited) understanding of BTC qt., etc.
2. Is there a way to change the password used to encrypt/unlock the wallet?
3. Tonyk mentions "key pairs" in this post: https://220.127.116.11/index.php?topic=7049.msg93891#msg93891
Does that just mean *Private/public* key, or is there more than one private/or/public key associated with each account?
Is there a new/additional private key created every time a transaction is made with an account?
If so, what is the process to ensure that all transactions/private keys are accounted for and properly transferred when exporting/importing an existing account into a new wallet?