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January 02, 2012, 12:29:36 AM
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Can someone try and confirm this: I created a new encrypted wallet, added some addresses, then changed the password. When I try adding an address using the old password the client crashes (instead of showing the incorrect password warning)...

edit: this is the win version of the client.
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January 02, 2012, 01:40:50 AM
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Sorry, can't replicate your crash.

Created a new wallet, encrypted it (client restarted), added a couple send and receive addresses, changed passphrase, added a couple more addresses.
Using the old passphrase only made Bitcoin-qt 5.1 grumble about being unable to unlock the wallet and give me that "Don't remember your password, dummy?" look Smiley
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January 02, 2012, 07:16:04 AM
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Sorry, can't replicate your crash.

Created a new wallet, encrypted it (client restarted), added a couple send and receive addresses, changed passphrase, added a couple more addresses.
Using the old passphrase only made Bitcoin-qt 5.1 grumble about being unable to unlock the wallet and give me that "Don't remember your password, dummy?" look Smiley

hm, ok, so it has to be something on my side then. Thanks.
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