Issue is a result of operating Mist and Ethereum Wallet in parallel as they are sharing geth in the background (MacOS).
Once I realized Mist / Ethereum Wallet are saving the keystore files in different folders depending if they are for the main or test network, it was easy to solve. Ethereum Wallet miscalculates/overestimates the gas price, so you just need ...
Maybe use Metamask because as of March 2019 Mist(Ethereum wallet) has been deprecated. So it is natural that while using it you might run into problems.
Metamask can be added as an extension in your browser and you can use Remix along with it.
Using Metamask you can connect to your local or public blockchain. And use it to interact with the smart contracts ...
Back when I ran Mist, I did notice that it used a currently running geth node on your computer, which was a nice optimization.
Often a web3 client, such as Mist or Metamask or web.js, will refuse to submit a transaction if it thinks it will fail due to gas estimates, which can be over estimates in some cases. (e.g. I tried to deploy a DAOstack dao which was ...
You can also get the list of accounts with their private keys using the below script:
Install keythereum: npm install keythereum
Create a file getPrivateKey.js and add below lines to it.
const keythereum = require('keythereum');
const async = require('async');
const datadir = 'path/to/datadir/where/keystore/is/located';
const accounts = [ ]; // add the ...