Sure, I can select a profile at startup and/or with the ProfileManager. But let's be frank, if you're keen to work on two profiles and switch quickly (like work and play … (funda kabanzi)
Sure, I can select a profile at startup and/or with the ProfileManager. But let's be frank, if you're keen to work on two profiles and switch quickly (like work and play say) with different, independent histories, tabs, add-ons and more, i.e.e different profiles quite secure from one another, then we'd also like to be able to switch quickly between them from the UI, a button on the toolbar perhaps.
It looks like once, there was a plug-in that did that:
but I can't find one now, and so I'm left wondering:
1) is that because I haven't found it yet? or
2) Is that because none exists? And if so: Is that because it's not possible to write such an add-on?
I just wonder if there's some technical reason this can't be done that explains why it perhaps hasn't been.
Simple toolbar button to close this profile and open another. Ideally of course without a complete restart of Firefox, but including one of course if that's inescapable (though one might ask Mozilla to support holding two or more complete profiles/contexts open in memory at once)