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Firefox Quantum browser lost bookmarks after using Firefox Developer edition

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A few days ago, I fired up the Firefox Development browser on my desktop, as I was working on a tutorial about CSS Grid. I may have had my regular Firefox Quantum browser open at the time. It's supposed to be connected to my Firefox Synch account, which has been doing a bang up job of synching my laptop browser with my desktop browser.

When I exited out of the browsers and fired up the regular Firefox Quantum browser, I found that it had gone to a default "factory settings" look, but also had my recent browsing history from my Developer session. I tried to synch with the Firefox Synch account. That didn't restore my regular set up, Restarting the browser also didn't reset anything.

A few days ago, I fired up the Firefox Development browser on my desktop, as I was working on a tutorial about CSS Grid. I may have had my regular Firefox Quantum browser open at the time. It's supposed to be connected to my Firefox Synch account, which has been doing a bang up job of synching my laptop browser with my desktop browser. When I exited out of the browsers and fired up the regular Firefox Quantum browser, I found that it had gone to a default "factory settings" look, but also had my recent browsing history from my Developer session. I tried to synch with the Firefox Synch account. That didn't restore my regular set up, Restarting the browser also didn't reset anything.

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Hi, yes they do share and it should be told .

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/profiles-where-firefox-stores-user-data See if you have anything in your Standard version Profile left of use or if there is a 2nd Profile made.

I have 2 Profiles in here : C:\Users\(REPLACE NAME)\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles 1 is Standard, 1 is Developer

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Note that you should always make sure to start a Firefox version with a desktop shortcut that specifies the profile folder in the target line (-P "<profile name>") if you use multiple Firefox versions to avoid profiles getting corrupted.

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