etc etc? It should be fairly simple. How can it be done? FireFox already has a feture where you can save what it is you have currently open and then start that back up upon launch. But that will only happen once, not always.
Wow... Thanks randomizer that was what I was looking for. Just one thing though... How do I make that into a shortcut on my desktop? So when I click on THAT firefox shortcut, it opens up those tabs. Any ideas?
In that case, start firefox (with no current widows open) using the Run dialog with the following:
This will open the profile manager. Create a new profile and start firefox with it using the profile manager. Set your home page to multiple URLs as I stated in a previous post using the Pipe (|).
Next, close firefox and create a few shortcuts on your desktop to the firefox exe. Open each one and in the Target box add the following to the end of the existing text after leaving a space:
profile_name is case sensitive so you have to make sure it's exactly the same as the name you called the profile in the profile manager. This will open firefox with the profile you add in the Target box, including its home pages. Note that you'll also need to have a shortcut for the Default profile once you add more than one profile.
Each profile has its own cookies, passwords and bookmarks, and each new profile will start with the default bookmarks and no cookies or saved passwords until you've added some.