Dear Foxies. Having used Chrome exclusively ever since the word Chrome was no longer just, er, hm well Chrome the element, I am now a confirmed Fox, too. But I dare say… (閱讀更多)
Dear Foxies. Having used Chrome exclusively ever since the word Chrome was no longer just, er, hm well Chrome the element, I am now a confirmed Fox, too.
But I dare say I feel a bit let down by something I saw pop up on my screen, despite following the guidelines that Firefox suggested. That being the advise given to me suggesting separate profiles be created in order to prevent the merging of information between two separate user accounts. I learned of this much later than when I learned about tab containers in that It would allow two separate accounts logged in the same device to keep from sharing and merging information. But when I attempted to do this, I was warned that book marks and other bits and pieces would merge with the other account signing later. The suggestion was that separate profiles be created. I did that, but when the other profile signed in after the first was logged out, the same warning appeared that tabs etc would sinc with the next account to log in. Please let me know what it is that I have misunderstood. If this is true, please let me know what the Container and Profiles are really supposed to do as they are not doing what I thought Firefox said it does so well. If this is the way it is supposed to be, please tell me why anyone would think this is something a user may want.
Thank you kindly J