On 12/27/08 08:39, news.mozilla.org wrote:
> Mark,
> 
>     Thank you. The menu choose will suffice.  Using SeaMonkey for all these
> years and I never saw that menu choice.

I think seamonkey -ProfileManager only brings up the profile mananger if
SeaMonkey is not already running in any form. At least, that's the case
for me here.

Best Regards,

> 
> 
> "Mark Hansen" <m...@nospamwinfirst.com> wrote in message 
> news:r9ednqcbvs2jqnfunz2dnuvz_jmaa...@mozilla.org...
>> On 12/18/08 15:25, Mark Hansen wrote:
>>> On 12/18/08 14:47, news.mozilla.org wrote:
>>>> The following 2 shortcuts are not working with SeaMonkey 1.1.4
>>>
>>> Version 1.1.4 is really old. You should upgrade to something newer. I
>>> believe 1.1.14 was just released.
>>>
>>>>
>>>> "D:\Program Files\BROWSERS\SeaMonkey\seamonkey.exe" -profilemanager
>>>> "D:\Program Files\BROWSERS\SeaMonkey\seamonkey.exe" -P
>>>
>>> Are you sure your path toe "seamonkey.exe" is correct?
>>> If so, try using -ProfileManager rather than -profilemanager.
>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Can anyone help???
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> We'll see :-)
>>
>> Hmmm, we'll, I just tried this on mine (1.1.13 on Windows/XP) and it just
>> brings up the browser. However, from the browser you can go to Tools ->
>> Switch Profile, and it brings up the profile management dialog.
>>
>> Strange. Perhaps a bug?
>> 
> 
> 
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