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On Windows 10 running Firefox, pressing strg + n -> new window, same bookmarks and addons -fine. BUT how can i achieve the same result with commandline option?

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firefox -url example.com -> no bookmarks nor my addons available firefox -p default-release -no-remote -new-instance -new-window -> instance already running (BUT strg + n shortcut works when using it in browser window. but i want to achieve the same result (with strg + n) via console + commandline option. But how?

''firefox -url example.com'' -> no bookmarks nor my addons available ''firefox -p default-release -no-remote -new-instance -new-window'' -> instance already running ('''BUT strg + n shortcut works when using it in browser window. but i want to achieve the same result (with strg + n) via console + commandline option. But how'''?

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Do you want to open the same tab in a new Window?

  1. right-click the tab
  2. press v
  3. press w
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