Robert Kaiser wrote:
Perhaps your experience with getting people to use command line is better than
mine, in my experience with command line and most users:
Bill Davidsen wrote:
Martin Feitag wrote:
If you wish to migrate more than one profile or set the profile name,
run SeaMonkey with the following arguments (one after another):
* Seamonkey -createProfile <ProfileName>
* Seamonkey -P <ProfileName> -migration
Hopefully the original poster will see that. But I hope that by whenever
the actual release takes place that this won't be needed. I doubt I have
more than three useful profiles on any one machine, but I do know people
who have many. Particularly Windows people who seem to share logins more
than Mac/Linux folks.
We don't have any plans to change this, and it's not really easy to do
either (patches for making it both easy and not disturb people not
wanting it are welcome).
You probably will need those "manual" commandline steps if you want to
import multiple profiles from 1.x to 2.x even in final.
I also think that fixing the slight bugs in the import functionality we
already have is higher priority than creating a compelling and
unintrusive multi-profile-import user interface.
What is important though is that there is a way to do it, even if it
needs some commandline interaction.
Linux don't want to
Mac don't need to
Windows don't understand the concept
Obviously there are exceptions.
I hope you have better luck with this than I do.
Bill Davidsen <david...@tmr.com>
"We have more to fear from the bungling of the incompetent than from
the machinations of the wicked." - from Slashdot
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