I have a dual boot pc with windows and linux.
From windows I can see the linux partition as disk g:
I use the same firefox profile directory both in windows and linux, and the profile directory is in the linux partition (which is disk g: in windows).
Here is my problem:
extensions.foxyproxy.settings requires a complete path like this:
file:///g:/path/to/file/foxyproxy.xml in windows
file:///path/to/file/foxyproxy.xml in linux
that is, the full path to the profile directory is different from windows and linux, even if it is phisically the same directory.
That's why I can make foxyproxy work either from windows or from linux, but not from both.
My request is: can the "extensions.foxyproxy.settings" be a path relative to the profile directory?
This feature is similar to the "Portable Firefox" option, but this option tells FoxyProxy to look for foxyproxy.xml in the profile directory of the current drive, and again this is not good for me (when in windows, firefox run from disk c:, but the profile directory is in disk g:)
Yes, I can add this. I'll make it so you can use the relative:// scheme, just like you can currently use to specify the paths of PAC files. The relative:// scheme is documented here
this would be very useful.