My theory on all of this is that while the Seamonkey app is stored in
the Applications folder and is available to all users on a multi-User
account enabled machine, the Mozilla folder is stored in the Library
folder of each individual User and is available to only the use which is
logged in at the time - i.e.; each account has it's own Mozilla folder
in it's own Library.
That is exactly correct.
Try this - open your Admin account and set up Seamonkey the way you want
it, with your multiple profiles. Then copy the entire Mozilla folder
from your Admin account Library to the Library folder of the second
(Guest, or other) User that you have set up.
Tried that before starting the thread. Didn't work. SM was still
broken from that User acct.
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