Good suggestion, that did seem to get it to focus on the desired Dashboard.
But… I’m still not sure what’s going on
ON SOME Dashboards, I get the “Install” option from the FireFox Pull Down Menu, which installs the Dashboard as a Web App (when launching the shortcut, it DOES open the desired Dashboard as a Web App as a separate app… NOT as an additional “Tab” in the FireBox Browser)
Sadly: It does NOT give you the option to “re-name” the Shortcut (all Dashboards installed in this method result in the label "SharpTools.io", regardless of what the Dashboard is named). Perhaps that is something for FireFox to address/fix/enhance like Chrome does below.
Note: This is in Sharp Contrast to how Chrome allows an “Add to Home Screen”, then prompts for a “Name”, then installs as a Web App, which opens the desired Dashboard Directly.
THIS IS HOW FIREFOX INSTALLS A WEB APP TO THE HOME SCREEN:
THEN ON OTHER Dashboards, FireFox “picks up” the name of the Dashboard and adds it to the Shortcut Icon (but you can’t rename it like in chrome). HOWEVER, the resulting shortcut results in it being launched as an additional Tab in FireFox (NOT a separate Web App).
So what is different in each of the Dashboards that allows “some” to be installed by FireFox as Web Apps, but NOT pick up the “name” of the Dashboard, while others get installed basically as shortcuts to New Tabs in FireFox (and they pick up the Name of the Dashboard)???
One thing I tried/tested was start creating a new version of the offending Dashboards from scratch: Interestingly, THAT NEW TEST DASHBOARD DID INSTALL AS A WEB APP.
So Josh, if you got this far Could it be something in Dashboards created circa Feb 2023 vs newly created dashboards that’s causing older ones to install as Shortcuts to Tabs, rather than as Web Apps ??? I did try clearing my Browser History & Cache, as well as “re-saved” my offending Dashboard, but it didn’t make a difference.