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Old 08-26-2011, 12:19 PM   #4
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franca: Thank you so much, Terrie! I'm filing this away for use in the near future.
You're very welcome...it was helpful for me to step through the process which I'd made notes for before but never really understood what was happening and I do now. The key trick is choosing "Create Profile" and choosing the dup/renamed profile in FF's Profile Manager and I was missing that piece. I've saved the steps for myself and put the file in the mozilla\firefox folder in doc-settings\applications in case i need it in the future...

I just realized I forgot to mention this--I've updated Step 11 to show this. In the Profile Manager, once you've established the new profile (Steps 5-11), you should UNcheck the option that would start the Profile Manager every time you try to start FF...

Whenever you get around to it, let me know how it worked for you...

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