+1 on this, finding myself having multiple profiles allows being logged in for Microsoft 365, Google, etc in multiple contexts at the same time. Think private/school/workProject1/workProject2/useYourImagination. The same goes for any major Cloud provider/*aaS.
I would really love to be able to per-profile selectively sync all my customisations and keep the ability to have a unique name/icon/color scheme. How about having a separate Sync Data Category for this that is auto-selected? Or a checkbox
[ ] Do not sync name/icon/colors
A hacky interim solution could also be to allow creation of a new profile by cloning an existing one? Which then would have sync disabled of course 😉
This has nothing to do with the pinned taskbar shortcut, that one works just fine. There are no issues with the shortcut I pinned myself. It only happens when changing profiles inside the browser.
You could have read my post before answering.
@LonM Yes, I am talking about different profiles.
Unfortunately, import/export bookmarks does not work well since it has no function to select individual (specific) bookmarks and folders.
For example, I want to move all YouTube bookmarks to another profile without touching other bookmarks.
Already planned, but no timeline.
Of cause, I'm going to ask that you consider putting forward a timeline.
I would also like to re-iterate some of the features being requested:
Openness, in the sense an external application or event may trigger a macro or talk to an API.
Security the counter point to expressiveness and ease of use but a challenge to allow real power to be released safely.
Simplicity a low entry barrier for new users and developers.
Expressiveness, tools that don't get in your way and meet your needs. The ability to shoot yourself in the foot is very different to getting shot in the foot by a misfire.
Distribution, the ability to create a macro once and re-use it elsewhere..
Lastly I'd ask that in this endeavour Vivaldi is made the standard and model for front end macros.
In the vein of repetition, I will say that I believe a feature set like this would put Vivaldi in front of a whole set of new users.