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Why is there no bookmarks.html file in my new profile after a refresh?

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Has the latest version switched to only keeping bookmarks internally, and not as a file in the profile folder updated each time the browser is closed? I refreshed Sunday (14 July), but don't see such a file in the new profile folder.

Has the latest version switched to only keeping bookmarks internally, and not as a file in the profile folder updated each time the browser is closed? I refreshed Sunday (14 July), but don't see such a file in the new profile folder.

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Hi Dale_Latimer, Firefox started storing bookmarks and history together in the places.sqlite database a long time ago, around Firefox 3.0.

There is a preference you can set up to automatically export a bookmarks.html file, but I don't know how reliable it is. I don't think there is an official support article on it, but these might be helpful:

But I would recommend making a backup manually if you need to be confident that it is up-to-date: Export Firefox bookmarks to an HTML file to back up or transfer bookmarks.

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Hi Dale_Latimer, Firefox started storing bookmarks and history together in the places.sqlite database a long time ago, around Firefox 3.0.

There is a preference you can set up to automatically export a bookmarks.html file, but I don't know how reliable it is. I don't think there is an official support article on it, but these might be helpful:

But I would recommend making a backup manually if you need to be confident that it is up-to-date: Export Firefox bookmarks to an HTML file to back up or transfer bookmarks.

Hi Dale_Latimer, Firefox started storing bookmarks and history together in the places.sqlite database a long time ago, around Firefox 3.0. There is a preference you can set up to automatically export a bookmarks.html file, but I don't know how reliable it is. I don't think there is an official support article on it, but these might be helpful: * http://kb.mozillazine.org/Browser.bookmarks.autoExportHTML * http://kb.mozillazine.org/Browser.bookmarks.file But I would recommend making a backup manually if you need to be confident that it is up-to-date: [[Export Firefox bookmarks to an HTML file to back up or transfer bookmarks]].
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Refresh should have moved your old profile to your desktop inside an Old Firefox Data folder. I suggest hanging onto that for at least a week in case you need to reference any materials in there.

Refresh should have moved your old profile to your desktop inside an '''Old Firefox Data''' folder. I suggest hanging onto that for at least a week in case you need to reference any materials in there.
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Hi Dale_Latimer, Firefox started storing bookmarks and history together in the places.sqlite database a long time ago, around Firefox 3.0. There is a preference you can set up to automatically export a bookmarks.html file, but I don't know how reliable it is. I don't think there is an official support article on it, but these might be helpful: But I would recommend making a backup manually if you need to be confident that it is up-to-date: Export Firefox bookmarks to an HTML file to back up or transfer bookmarks.

I set browser.bookmarks.autoExportHTML to true, and it took a little time, but it did export to the current profile folder. Thanks for your help.

''jscher2000 [[#answer-1237510|said]]'' <blockquote> Hi Dale_Latimer, Firefox started storing bookmarks and history together in the places.sqlite database a long time ago, around Firefox 3.0. There is a preference you can set up to automatically export a bookmarks.html file, but I don't know how reliable it is. I don't think there is an official support article on it, but these might be helpful: * http://kb.mozillazine.org/Browser.bookmarks.autoExportHTML * http://kb.mozillazine.org/Browser.bookmarks.file But I would recommend making a backup manually if you need to be confident that it is up-to-date: [[Export Firefox bookmarks to an HTML file to back up or transfer bookmarks]]. </blockquote> I set browser.bookmarks.autoExportHTML to true, and it took a little time, but it did export to the current profile folder. Thanks for your help.
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