Loading browser extensions

You can pre-load any browser extension with Multiloginapp in Pro and Agency plans. Please note that we cannot guarantee compatibility of every extension with browsers configured by Multiloginapp. However, we are working hard to support all popular browser extensions, which are used by our users. If for any reason some particular browser extension does not work with Multiloginapp, please let us know and we will take care of it.

How to pre-load browser extensions:

Firefox, StealthFox

1) Download an .xpi file of the extension you want you use

1.1) Go to https://addons.mozilla.org using a normal Firefox browser

1.2) Find the extension you want to use

1.3) Right click on “Add to Firefox” and choose “Save Link As…”. You will get a file named “EXTENSION_NAME.xpi”

2) Copy the extension file (EXTENSION_NAME.xpi) to the C:/Users/YOUR_USER_HOME_DIRECTORY/.multiloginapp.com/custom-extensions

3) Configure the browser profile

3.1) Open the edit menu of the browser profile you want the extension to load in

3.2) Click “Show additional options”

3.3)  Click/Enable “Load custom extensions at startup”

3.4) Type in the name of the extension file, in our case it’s EXTENSION_NAME.xpi (make sure to have the “.xpi” file extension in place)

3.5) Save and Load

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Chrome, Opera

1) Download an .crx file of the extension you want you use

1.1) Go to https://chrome.google.com/

1.2) Find the extension you want to use

1.3) Copy the extension link on Chrome Web Store

1.4) Go to http://chrome-extension-downloader.com/ and paste the link from the Chrome Web Store. You will get a file named “EXTENSION_NAME.crx”

2) Copy the extension file (EXTENSION_NAME.crx) to C:/Users/YOUR_USER_HOME_DIRECTORY/.multiloginapp.com/custom-extensions

3) Configure the browser profile

3.1) Open the edit menu of the browser profile you want the extension to load in

3.2) Click “Show additional options”

3.3)  Click/Enable “Load custom extensions at startup”

3.4) Type in the name of the extension file, in our case it’s EXTENSION_NAME.crx (make sure to have the “.crx” file extension in place)

3.5) Save and Load

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