The Question: Currently my balances in Parity are wrong. Is there a way to delete my accounts and their history in parity, such that I can re-import the geth keystore files into Parity, and have their balances retrieved from the network?
Background: I sent several transactions out when my Parity node was out of sync, so the request was submitted to the network, and recognized, but the balances in my Parity instance remained the same, and every time I launch it, the transaction still have not been processed/acknowledged by the browser, although the account balances have changed. The node is now synced, yet the balances in Parity do not match the actual account balances; some are higher, some are lower.
For awhile this was okay, because I was just selling the tokens, so I could just check my balance on etherscan.io and then send outward. However, I made the BONEHEAD mistake of transferring some ETH to a Parity account of mine. Since the original balance was 0.1, and now it's more like 2.5, I no longer can access the other 2.4 ETH, because there is insufficient funds in the account. Yeah, whoops!
I have kept all of the original geth keystore files for each of these accounts, which are now in Parity. I have tried to delete them from Parity, and then reimport them, yet the account history (txns attempted in Parity), as well as their balance remain what they were previously. How can I clear the Parity browser's incorrect assumptions about my account balances, and have it treat them like newly imported accounts again?