To improve performance I exported to JSON. Then manually dumped all my keys and saved them separately. Then renamed my wallet folder. created a new wallet and imported just the key from the main account I use.
dang I was about to make 3 more accounts. Also, is it possible to transfer an account to someone else?
You could export the private key for the account by going to the console and using wallet_dump_private_key <account_name>. Then import that into another wallet with wallet_import_private_key <private_key> <account> true true.
Of course this wouldn't work to transfer the account without the original owner having access as well.
I do not think this works
dang I was about to make 3 more accounts. Also, is it possible to transfer an account to someone else?3 is fine (Just do not end up like me with 17)
Transfers are not possible...
Can you explain how you did it like am 5. Cause just importing manually the private key (there was just one then) did not work for me.
The important part is that you do not import the private key into an account with a different public key. From what I understand Titan uses this public key to scan for transactions, so even if you have the private key your transactions will not show up. There are two basic ways to ensure your private key is imported successfully.
Both methods requires the private key. One of the methods requires the account to be registered on the blockchain. The other requires the public key.
Process 1. If your account is registered on the block chain.
a. Start with a new wallet, and let it sync all block.
b. import your private key with wallet_import_private_key <wif key> and do not enter a name.
c. Your account should now show up in account with no balance.
Process 2. Account is not registered. and/or You have the public key.
a. Start with a new wallet, but there is no need to wait for it to sync.
b. create a contact account with the public key.
c. Import your private key with wallet_import_private_key <wif key> and do not enter a name. Your account should now show up in your accounts and as the wallet syncs transactions that have gone to it will begin to show up. If at the end not all transactions have shown up do a wallet_rescan_blockchain