I use Win XP. I'm using Google Chrome Dev Ver:188.8.131.52. I followed a guide as to how to pinned my tabs on Google Chrome permanently.
In my Chrome shortcut key, this is how my Target address looks like after following the guide:
"C:\Documents and Settings\XXX\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --pinned-tab-count=3 "website-1-address" "website-2-address" "website-3-address"
Note: the "website-1-address" , "website-2-address" , "website-3-address" is where I put the website address I desire, without the quotations. The reason I can't write down the website address is because I have a brand new account at superuser.com and thus, can't post more than one link. Grr.
And it works as intended, when I open a new Chrome browser, the 3 websites are now represented as small icons in the newly opened Chrome tab bar.
However, when I attempt to open another Chrome browser (by clicking on the same shortcut Chrome icon with the target address modified), the new Chrome browser doesn't appear. Instead, what happens is, in the current Chrome browser, 3 new normal tabs popped up. The 3 tabs are the same 3 websites as indicated above. With every click to the Chrome shortcut icon, the 3 same tabs open up in the current Chrome browser instead of opening up a new Chrome browser.
The question is, what do I have to change to make sure that after a Chrome browser is open, I'm able to open another Chrome browser, with the permanent pinned tab feature in tact of course.