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Created attachment 8861508 [details] screenshot of first run using firefox --profile `mktemp -d` For developer testing Firefox in a new profile the first run options are a nuisance. Chrome offers an option from the command line for `--no-first-run` which turns off all "First Run Experiences". I'd like to see us do something similar to Chrome in Firefox. AFAIK here are the first run options that need to be turned off with this flag: * Default Browser prompt * Telemetry notification (choose what I share) * First run page ( https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/VERSION/firstrun/ ) * about:home start page Firefox should start up with no questions to the user and load only 1 tab to the about:blank page. I'd like to go from starting Firefox with: firefox --profile `mktemp -d` to: firefox --no-first-run --profile `mktemp -d`
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