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How does one find favorites (bookmarks) with one click since update?

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Previously I could click on the favorites icon and would get a list of all my bookmarks to choose which to click on. After today's update that icon now includes a topic of 'bookmarks' that I need to click on first every time I want to get to them. Can I switch back to the previous firefox browser? If now, how can I change it so that one click brings up my list of favorites?

Previously I could click on the favorites icon and would get a list of all my bookmarks to choose which to click on. After today's update that icon now includes a topic of 'bookmarks' that I need to click on first every time I want to get to them. Can I switch back to the previous firefox browser? If now, how can I change it so that one click brings up my list of favorites?

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hi, the following steps should get you back to the bookmarking structure you're familiar with :))

  • click on the 57 library icon library icon and go to bookmarks > bookmarking tools > add bookmarks menu to the toolbar.
  • now when you click the Bookmark Menu icon (star on tray) icon that's newly appearing on the toolbar, you'll get to the same bookmarks menu like in earlier versions...
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hi, the following steps should get you back to the bookmarking structure you're familiar with :))

  • click on the 57 library icon library icon and go to bookmarks > bookmarking tools > add bookmarks menu to the toolbar.
  • now when you click the Bookmark Menu icon (star on tray) icon that's newly appearing on the toolbar, you'll get to the same bookmarks menu like in earlier versions...
hi, the following steps should get you back to the bookmarking structure you're familiar with :)) * click on the [[Image:57 library icon]] library icon and go to ''bookmarks > bookmarking tools > '''add bookmarks menu to the toolbar'''''. * now when you click the [[Image:Bookmark Menu icon (star on tray)]] icon that's newly appearing on the toolbar, you'll get to the same bookmarks menu like in earlier versions...

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