Steps to reproduce: 1. Quick Launch can be on or off. 2. Set your profile to use the Modern skin. 3. Create a new profile (I called mine "1") and set it to use the Classic skin. 4. Create three desktop shortcuts: a) mozilla.exe -P "Default User" b) mozilla.exe -P 1 c) mozilla.exe 5. Open (a) and wait for it to load. 6. Open (b) and wait for it to load. Result: 1. The new window appears with the Classic skin, but the first window is still using the Modern skin. 2. If you now open a menu in the first window, it looks like a classic menu. 3. If the bookmarks button was disabled in your profile, it suddenly appears in the first window just before the second window appears. a) This may indicate a perf bug. Is the same code (which seems to be "go through each open window, making sure it has a bookmarks button") executed each time I open a new window or each time I launch Mozilla? b) Why does the bookmarks button appear but not the search button next to the location bar? Expected result: A dialog should appear, telling me that I can't launch profile 1 until I've closed all Default User windows. --or-- The second profile should be launched in a new process, not interfering with the windows of the first profile. (How would this interact with Quick Launch?) Bug 101968, which involves using a single profile in Mozilla and in Netscape 6 simultaneously, may be related.
Yes it's a problem but a quite unlikely one. Futuring.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Target Milestone: --- → Future
Dupe. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 135137 ***
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
QA Contact: ktrina → gbush
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