And why do I need to open webpages like this? Well, when my clipboard manager copies an url, it triggers a link menu. From there, I can decide whether to open with "noscript" or "flash" browser/profile. And that is my preferred workflow. So having shell commands correctly open webpages is what I need.
So I've tested the same commands with firefox-52.2, and it works as expected there. But I am new to Palemoon, and am still finding my way, so please advise. Is there a more consistent way to open webpages from the commandline when you have two separate palemoon browser/profiles open?
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$ source /etc/os-release && echo $PRETTY_NAME
Debian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch)
$ grep ^Name <profiles.ini
$ palemoon --new-instance -P noscript http://google.com &
$ sleep 10
$ palemoon --new-instance -P flash http://stuff.co.nz &
$ sleep 10
$ palemoon -P flash http://example.com ; sleep 5
$ palemoon -P noscript http://github.com ; sleep 5
$ palemoon -P flash http://startpage.com ; sleep 5
$ palemoon -P noscript http://duckduckgo.com