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How to open firefox 22 in private browsing and navigate an url from command line
Hello. What i want is simple
Start firefox at private browsing mode At this started private browsing mode open multiple urls
But it is not working
I tried this
It always open a new regular window and navigate url in that regular window. Also opens a private window but doesn't navigate any url
How to fix =
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Maybe you can achieve this with the Private Tab extension (pref: allowOpenExternalLinksInPrivateTabs) or ask to add this feature.
@cor-el so how am i going to open private tab via command line and navigate url ?
- Go to the Firefox menu.
- Go to open private window
Another window will pop up on firefox, and then you can use private browsing.
I'm not sure if you can do this via the command line.
- Bug 829180 - Externally opened urls may open in private browsing windows
(Please DO NOT comment in bug reports: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/page.cgi?id=etiquette.html)
You should be able to drag a link in a Private Browsing mode window or a private tab.
Note that the Private Tab extension has a check-box in the right-click context menu of the tab on the tab bar to toggle the private mode of a tab.
I need to somehow open a url in private window programmatically
It seems to work if you set Firefox to always start in Private Browsing mode (browser.privatebrowsing.autostart = true)
- Tools > Options > Privacy > Firefox will: "Use custom settings for history": [X] "Always use private browsing mode"
@cor-el yes but it is a very lame solution actually it is not a solution
It is a workaround that you can consider because other ways probably aren't possible.
You could reserve a second profile in cases where you need to use the command line if you do not want to do this in the current default profile.
You can use the -no-remote command line switch to open another Firefox instance with its own profile and run multiple Firefox instances simultaneously.
@cor-el for a very simple feature, so much work. But it seems this the fault of developers. can't be helped