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[quote=guenter] Yes - like siria & the others say. De-select multiple user support during install is easiest. With multy user support the Profiles are in "username.../%apdata%/K-Meleon/..." That is where XP (and other NT based Windows) finds them when the user with that name starts the PC and wants to use K-Meleon. When You give every K-Meleon install a unique name and set it up without multi user support each K-Meleon has by default a profile in its install directory. So all users of the PC can see/use each others profiles. You may have to grant writing privileges to the K-Meleon install folder. You can give the rights inside the profiles directory and chose different for each user. Another way is to keep multy user support & create different profiles with unique names that belong to the different installed K-Meleons. Here also every K-Meleon needs its own unique install folder name. I have for example: ./program files/K-Meleon0.7de-DE .... ./program files/K-Meleon1.5.2pt-BR-test ([url=http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/forum/read.php?2,87296,98529,page=2#msg-98529]The translation by Xgrind! The translation is for the official 1.5.4pt-BR version, all technical problems of 1.5.2 are AFAIK fixed.[/url]) 1.5.4 will hopefully be out soon.) ./program files/K-Meleon1.5.2de-DE ./program files/K-Meleon1.5.3en-US ./program files/k-Meleon1.5.3de-DE plus many test and older versions. Each has its own profiles. All can be used unless another K-Meleon is started already.[/quote]
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