polywogsys (polywogsys) wrote,

Google Chrome's Profile Manager

I use multiple profiles on the OS/X to manage various clients' working environments and settings, including my own personal profile. I've been doing this on Linux just fine with the command line args ".desktop" shortcut files.
After some brief research, and to remember this in future, on OS/X it's as simple as creating a shortcut to the following command:

open /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app --args --profile-directory="Guest Profile"
Tags: browser, chrome, google, mac os x, macintosh

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