I have 8 google logins. All are captured in a single entry I call "My Google Accounts". When I edit the Sticky entry I can add additional logins using "More/Add new Login" (I can also do this simply by logging a new account on the google page, and Sticky will offer to save it for me).charles_i wrote:Here's a good example I came across this morning. I have several logins for google accounts - for instance google analytics for various clients, how do I create SEPARATE accounts for these since they are all "google.com"? I need to separate these according to clients and personal and be able to remove personal ones when a freelancer fills in for me at work.
It was mentioned earlier somewhere here in the forum that you can tell Sticky which database file to use using a command line parameter:chaosxian wrote:Hopefully the next version of Sticky will simplify the use of multiple database files.
That one which YOU, the user, use. Sticky Button is only an 'entry point' to the database, which is opened by the user. If no DB is opened yet (i.e. Sticky is not running), it will use that DB, which was used last time - path to last DB is stored in registry.charles_i wrote:This is a good solution but difficult to maintain. If you have multiple installations like this what happens when you go to a web page? Which installation will the browser Sticky button use - husband, wife, or both?
No product is ideal. Different people have different needs. Every product has its user base...charles_i wrote:This is an interesting challenge for future releases, and a good every day scenario. I need to have my personal and business passwords useable for multiple web accounts when I'm at work - but when I'm not at work I need to remove my personal passwords and then re-use them when I return.
I'm not sure you understood the methodology. When you log in, you open Sticky by clicking on the appropriate link ("husband", "wife", or "work"). When you change users or roles, you close Sticky and reopen it by clicking on the appropriate link.charles_i wrote:This is a good solution but difficult to maintain. If you have multiple installations like this what happens when you go to a web page? Which installation will the browser Sticky button use - husband, wife, or both?
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