Yes, I should mention that the described trick applies only to Mimic engine, in StealthFox you need another approach, I'm too lazy to find it).
Also macOS owners please pass by, today's article is about Windows (but if you want, here's an article in EnglishYou can do it on a mac too).
The problem is that when you go to each profile. Indigo you actually have a "naked" browser: no my favorite extensions: Facebook Pixel Helper, MaskFB, FBTool Token Extractor and a bunch of others. That is why it is not so comfortable to work. If you add extensions to the browser, they will work only in this particular profile. If you load any other profile, you will have to install everything from scratch again.
But luckily there is a workaround that allows you to write all the necessary extensions once in the Windows registry, and then they will be loaded into all profiles at once Indigo! Here we go.
First, we need to pull out the IDs of all extensions that you want to use in Google Chrome. Indigo. To do this, go to the extensions menu and enable Developer Mode there.
After enabling this mode, each extension will have its identifier. Copy all necessary identifiers somewhere in notepad.
Next, go to the Windows registry. Start-Up-Regit-Enter.
If you have a 32-bit system, follow the path:
If you have a 64-bit system, go here:
Next, right-click on the Extensions key and create a new key (folder) with a name equal to the ID of your extension that you wrote in Notepad (e.g. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaabbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbcccccccccccccccccc).
Inside the created key, create a string property update_url and set a value for it:
It should end up looking something like this:
Repeat all the above steps for each of the extensions you are interested in.
Close Regedit, run any of the profiles Indigo.
Type in the address bar: chrome://extensions or go to my extensions and there we can see all our extensions.
The only problem is that they are all OFF by default, which is sad(((.
But turning them on once is still much easier than putting them on each time from scratch.
P.S. if anyone knows a way to add extensions immediately enabled - welcome to the comments.
And I'll take my leave now, and pour in the plus, gentlemen.