Unfortunately, I have used Ether.li to store some Ether. Now I want to recover my Ether Classic (not supported by Ether.li) by setting up the contract manually on the Classic blockchain. That is so far impossible because I cannot derive the needed private key from the printed "Encrypted private key". The problem is that the printout does not distinguish between 'l' (small L) and 'I' (big i).
I have tried all possible variants of the above letters at https://www.ether.li/recovery but always a message pops up "Please ensure that you have properly entered you encrypted private key and/or password".
I see no way to obtain the private key from the printout. (Added: see also my comments below.)
The encrypted key should also be stored somewhere in a browser database. I tried to find it there with the resource tab of the Chrome debugging console but could not find it. Does someone know where to look?
Maybe the developers could add a function to display the (encrypted) private key when I'm logged into the account? That could even be somewhat hidden, e.g. over a non-linked to subfolder like for example
ether.li/private_key. I would really appreciate that!