Changing profile directory
I have both stable and unstable versions of Pale Moon installed (in /usr/lib and /opt, respectively). I have things set so that when I run either one, the Profile Manager is automatically invoked so that I may select the right profile. Both versions can see all the profiles in ~/.moonchild productions/pale moon. What I would like to do, however, is to have the unstable version open profiles in a different directory, namely ~/.moonchild productions/pm-unstable.
Is this possible?
I searched for an answer on this forum, and found threads like [Solved]How To Create A New Profile In Linux Pale Moon — which gave me a lot of insight into profiles.ini and how to hack it if for some reason I didn't want to use the Profile Manager , but it doesn't tell me exactly what I want to know.
So, I can create a new profile in a different directory, which I did with unstable PM and uncreatively called NewProfile. But then unstable PM can still see all my other profiles, and stable PM can see NewProfile in the other directory (~/.moonchild productions/pm-unstable).
Is there a way to make it so that they can only see one or the other directory? I want the stable release to see only what is in ~/.moonchild productions/pale moon and the unstable version to see only what it is in ~/.moonchild productions/pm-unstable . Is this doable?