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It seems that when you have the profile selector activated on startup, the firefox application is hidden thereafter.
Nope. For one, Fx 38.0.1 shows up in my Yosemite 10.0.3. Energy tab only displays at most 23 items. That could be why.
I found 2 add-ons that can be helpful. They both show the current profile name on the statusbar. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/profileswitcher/ https://addons.mozilla.org/En-us/firefox/addon/whoami/
The User Data folders for Firefox and Thunderbird are: /Users/$USER/Library/Application Support/Firefox /Users/$USER/Library/Thunderbird You might also want to migrate the .plist files for them as well: /Users/$USER/Library/Preferences/org.mozilla.firefox.plist /Users/$USER/Library/Preferences/org.mozilla.thunderbird.plist Make sure the applications ...
The issue isn't with Firefox or Apple. It is Java itself that is blocking the application. The way to fix this is to add the website to the Exception Site List within Java Control Panel. Open System Preferences and click on Java, which should launch Java Control Panel. Select the Security tab and click the "Edit Site List..." button near the bottom. Then ...
The Dock indicator light does not differ between which app is in the foreground. As a workaround, you could install a third party item called HyperDock (for EUR 6.95 as of this writing) to show you the content of the window when hovering over the icon with the mouse (similar to how Windows' Aero Desktop does).
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