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Firefox displays the same name in the title bar for different profiles

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In Linux Ubuntu I created 4 different launchers for 4 profiles.

Firefox opens the different profiles correctly, but the name of Profile 4 is displayed in the title bar for all windows. This causes confusion when I'm using the different profiles. Furthermore, the icon displayed in the icon bar is also the same for the 4 profiles, although I have configured a different icon for each profile. I ask for help as I need each instance to have its own name and icon displayed correctly.

The launchers look like this:

firefox-profile1.desktop: Name= Profile 1 Exec=firefox -P profile1 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile1.png

firefox-profile2.desktop Name=Profile 2 Exec=firefox -P profile2 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile2.png

firefox-profile3.desktop Name=Profile 3 Exec=firefox -P profile3 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile3.png

firefox-profile4.desktop Name=Profile 4 Exec=firefox -P profile4 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile4.png

In Linux Ubuntu I created 4 different launchers for 4 profiles. Firefox opens the different profiles correctly, but the name of Profile 4 is displayed in the title bar for all windows. This causes confusion when I'm using the different profiles. Furthermore, the icon displayed in the icon bar is also the same for the 4 profiles, although I have configured a different icon for each profile. I ask for help as I need each instance to have its own name and icon displayed correctly. The launchers look like this: '''firefox-profile1.desktop:''' Name= Profile 1 Exec=firefox -P profile1 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile1.png '''firefox-profile2.desktop''' Name=Profile 2 Exec=firefox -P profile2 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile2.png '''firefox-profile3.desktop''' Name=Profile 3 Exec=firefox -P profile3 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile3.png '''firefox-profile4.desktop''' Name=Profile 4 Exec=firefox -P profile4 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile4.png

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Ok, I found the solution:

Just add --class profile1 (for X11) or --name profile1 (for Wayland) in the exec command and in the StartupWMClass=profile1 line in the .desktop file.

The .desktop file for Profile1 looked like this:

firefox-profile1.desktop: Name= Profile 1 Exec=firefox -P profile1 --class profile1 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile1.png StartupWMClass=profile1

Credits: https://www.reddit.com/r/firefox/comments/vm1d6b/comment/ie1feqf/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web3x&utm_name=web3xcss&utm_term=1&utm_content=share_button

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Ok, I found the solution:

Just add --class profile1 (for X11) or --name profile1 (for Wayland) in the exec command and in the StartupWMClass=profile1 line in the .desktop file.

The .desktop file for Profile1 looked like this:

firefox-profile1.desktop: Name= Profile 1 Exec=firefox -P profile1 --class profile1 --no-remote Icon=~/.local/share/icons/profile1.png StartupWMClass=profile1

Credits: https://www.reddit.com/r/firefox/comments/vm1d6b/comment/ie1feqf/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web3x&utm_name=web3xcss&utm_term=1&utm_content=share_button

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