If I understand your question, you would like to use two or more sticky password databases, and be able to switch between them easily. I asked for this years ago in sticky password. I believe I put in a feature request for this to be done via the command line, and they did it. Last time I checked, I didn't see this feature documented anywhere in the help, though. Support, If you are reading this, I think it would be good to document this so more people know about it.
So, let me explain how to do this in an example.
For this example, let me make up some information (change for your situation):
--Lets say you have 3 sticky password databases called: shared.pws, husband.pws, wife.pws
--Lets say they are in the following directory: C:\#important\stickypassword-data\
--Lets say sticky password is installed in the following directory: C:\apps\Sticky Password\
#1. Make a new shortcut to the sticky password executable (stpass.exe), and rename the shortcut to something like "Sticky password wife".
#2. Right click on the new shortcut and choose properties.
#3. Change the target to read like the following:
"C:\apps\Sticky Password\stpass.exe" /DB:"C:\#important\stickypassword-data\wife.pws"
#4. Click on the OK button.
#5. Copy the new shortcut, rename it to "Sticky password husband". Do #2. Then change the new shortcut's target to:
"C:\apps\Sticky Password\stpass.exe" /DB:"C:\#important\stickypassword-data\husband.pws". Do #4.
#6. Copy the new shortcut, rename it to "Sticky password shared". Do #2. Then change the new shortcut's target to:
"C:\apps\Sticky Password\stpass.exe" /DB:"C:\#important\stickypassword-data\shared.pws" Do #4.
Important: Make sure to exit sticky password completely, by right clicking on the system tray icon and choosing exit, before switching to the new database. Otherwise, you won't switch to the new database.
I use this all the time to switch between my databases.
-Robert B. Harris from VA