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Re: profile data (was: What is Firefox on Debian Stretch nearest future?)

local10 composed on 2018-08-31 23:26 (UTC+0200):

> .mozilla folder is where your personal Firefox settings are stored:  plugins, bookmarks, browsing history, etc. Don't delete .mozilla folder unless you want them to be gone.

~/.mozilla isn't just for Firefox. .mozilla contains the Firefox (including
Firefox-esr) and SeaMonkey data files (.mozilla/firefox/profiles.ini and
.mozilla/seamonkey/profiles.ini) that enumerate the locations of the individual
profiles (which need not live in .mozilla). If you want to reset/virginize a
single profile, that particular subdirectory of .mozilla, or elsewhere if so
configured, is what needs to be deleted.

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