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Profile Manager doesn't appear when a profile is already open

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I use multiple Firefox profiles. Normally, Profile Manager always appears at launch.

But lately, if I launch Firefox while a profile is already open, it just opens a new window in the current profile. The only way I can get Profile Manager is by typing firefox.exe --profilemanager.

For the record, I don't have this option enabled: Use the selected profile without asking at startup.

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MartyJames said

Hmmm… OK, so I presume Mozilla doesn't expect us to launch multiple profiles at once?

Why would you presume that? If you haven't already, try adding -ProfileManager or -P to the command line of your shortcut:

Right-click the shortcut, click Properties, and Windows usually focuses the Target field of the Shortcut tab.

Normally it would have something like this:

"C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe"

You can add a space and then -P on the end so that the shortcut always calls up the profile manager dialog.

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If Firefox is already open, a profile is already active.

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I think this is normal since Firefox 67, which updated how different builds of Firefox start up in different profiles.

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Hmmm… OK, so I presume Mozilla doesn't expect us to launch multiple profiles at once?

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Open Firefox. Then the Profile Manager. One profile will be listed as 'in use.'

The others should have a button to start it in a different browser.

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MartyJames said

Hmmm… OK, so I presume Mozilla doesn't expect us to launch multiple profiles at once?

Why would you presume that? If you haven't already, try adding -ProfileManager or -P to the command line of your shortcut:

Right-click the shortcut, click Properties, and Windows usually focuses the Target field of the Shortcut tab.

Normally it would have something like this:

"C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe"

You can add a space and then -P on the end so that the shortcut always calls up the profile manager dialog.

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jscher2000 said

Right-click the shortcut, click Properties, and Windows usually focuses the Target field of the Shortcut tab. Normally it would have something like this: "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" You can add a space and then -P on the end so that the shortcut always calls up the profile manager dialog.

Thank you sir, but when I try this, I get the error:

" Problem with Shortcut

The name 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe -p' specified in the targer box is not valid. Make sure the path and file name are correct. "

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This is what I use: Note the quotes "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox_Curr\firefox.exe" -p Current

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FredMcD said

This is what I use: Note the quotes "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox_Curr\firefox.exe" -p Current

Ah, thank you. I had the quote in the wrong place! :-)