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    Now that version 2.0 is out, the next focus for Choosy is tighter integration with browsers. I already added Chrome Profile and Incognito support, and would love to do the same for other browsers.

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    I would love to support Firefox profiles in the same was as Chrome profiles (where each profile can be treated as a distinct browser). Unfortunately, that hasn’t been possible to achieve so far.

    Firefox does have command line arguments that can be used to launch a new instance of the browser for a specific profile, but once it’s running there’s no way I can find to control which profile a newly opened link will be sent to (the closest I’ve been able to get is forcing Firefox to start a another new instance for the profile, which opens the link in the right profile, but also causes the previous profile instance—and any windows or tabs it had open—to quit).

    I’ll keep coming back and reviewing this—maybe it will become possible in future Firefox versions.

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    Manuel Iglesias commented  · 

    I am looking forward to this feature :D

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