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Consider a scenario with the following facts:

  • I have a Monero node at my home. It contains a wallet, but I generally don't use that wallet.
  • I have a desktop computer where I have a wallet that I restored from the same seed as the wallet on my node. Sometimes I initiate transfers from this wallet.
  • I have a laptop computer where I have a wallet that I also restored from the same seed as the wallet on my node. Sometimes I initiate transfers from this wallet.

The issue is this: if I transfer from the desktop's wallet, only the desktop wallet will have the destination address (among other things). I want all three wallets to be able to contain the same data, even if that means I need to do some periodic copying/pasting/exporting/importing/etc.

How do I merge the transaction data in the different wallet files, so each of the wallets contain all the data from the other wallets?

Note that I have named the wallet identically in each location, if that matters.

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    surely the data we'd need is in file: walletname.bin and just needs to be decrypted and updated/copied to/from ? Can nobody on here guide us on how to do this ? – kumarz Feb 8 '17 at 20:37
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There is no tooling to do this at this time.

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