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Bookmarks Issue

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Hi i am experiencing a weird thing for the last 20 days or so.See as part of my work flow i created some folders for the bookmarks and i am bookmarking the pages depending upon the category or folders i created respectively.Somehow for the past 20 days or so when i ever i hit Ctrl+D to save the bookmark its showing the previous folder name in which i saved the earlier bookmark.Previously it used to show blank and from the drop down i used to select the appropriate folder to save the bookmark to the particular folder. Is it a bug or something i need to fix it ?

Note: Please see the attached image i tried to bookmark this particular page and its already showing the previous bookmarked folder. On the attachment I hide it for the privacy sake with red color.

Any help will be highly appreciated.

Regards Raja

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Any help please ??

Thank you !!

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Hi, it's not a bug! When you click on the star or Ctrl+D, the bookmark by default, will now go into the last used location - prior to Firefox 85 this was 'Other Bookmarks' - so not sure why you say it showed 'blank' before, or the bookmarks bar if you don't have any bookmarks at all, however if you wish it to go to a different location, keep your mouse pointer over the dialog box to prevent it from disappearing, then to see all your folders/locations, use the upper, downward pointing arrow on the far right, to select a location - which will now become the new default location > Done.

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/85.0/releasenotes/

If your question is resolved by this or another answer, please help other users by marking the best reply as Solved. Thank you!

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Hi, it's not a bug! When you click on the star or Ctrl+D, the bookmark by default, will now go into the last used location - prior to Firefox 85 this was 'Other Bookmarks' - so not sure why you say it showed 'blank' before, or the bookmarks bar if you don't have any bookmarks at all, however if you wish it to go to a different location, keep your mouse pointer over the dialog box to prevent it from disappearing, then to see all your folders/locations, use the upper, downward pointing arrow on the far right, to select a location - which will now become the new default location > Done. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/85.0/releasenotes/ If your question is resolved by this or another answer, please help other users by marking the best reply as Solved. Thank you!

Thank you for the prompt reply.Yes it used to say 'Other Bookmarks' not 'blank' Correction. So i have to downgrade to the older version ?. This new option is weird and hope in next version they should revert it back to the old option. I am still waiting for few more replies to see if i find any alternatives

Thank you

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You can click the first arrow to open a list with previously used locations.

There is a pref that defaults to 7 to set the number of entries to show in this list of recently used folders.

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Users are experimenting with different workarounds. Some ideas I have not tested myself:

(1) Use the https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/default-bookmark-folder/ extension to set a single default folder.

Note that there is a bug in version 3.0.0-3.1.0 of this extension related to bookmark imports/restores. If you are performing these bulk operations, disable the extension before you run them; you can re-enable it afterwards.

(2) Set and lock the browser.bookmarks.defaultLocation preference to Other Bookmarks ("unfiled") using Autoconfig files.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1319979#answer-1388398

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