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Searching bookmarks no problem but how to get location of bookmark from search?
searching for bookmarks (with sidebar) is no problem. There are several cases where I look, if something or similar had been bookmarked already. With this I want to avoid doubling/tripling/'moreling' bookmarks. But if I find something already bookmarked, I do not know in my about 1000 bookmarks where the bookmark is located. I tried to show properties of the found bookmark but it does not tell where it is placed. So I would have to look manually about 100 folders to find where the bookmark is located.
The most easy solution I think, would be indicating the place of the bookmark when showing settings of bookmark. On hovering over the found bookmark in a third line of popup could be told the location of this bookmark and would be visually more pleasant I think.
Else I have to put the bookmark doubled in a more visible location and delete the bookmark found by search. This workaround works but is not intuitive and bothersome (and costs much more time).
As this solution would be easy to implement, I hope, this can be implemented 'soon'. I think, this would help many others, too. (At least I heard from several others in my environment, that they miss such a thing.)
Not forgetting, thanks for the great browser, Niels
Open the bookmarked page and click on the blue star in the url bar (extreme right) to edit it. The name of the containing folder appears in the pop-up.Ανάγνωση απάντησης σε πλαίσιο 👍 0
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Open the bookmarked page and click on the blue star in the url bar (extreme right) to edit it. The name of the containing folder appears in the pop-up.