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Display keywords in bookmarks list

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I need FF to display a column showing the keywords in the list of my bookmarks. How do I do that? There used to be an add-on for this called Revert Keyword Column and it worked, but it's been taken down.

FF ESR 45.7.0 Upgrading FF is not possible on this computer, I'm not allowed to and the people who could won't do it so don't tell me to do it. I go through this every time I have questions so don't waste your time telling me I need to upgrade.

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Hi, can not even find a mention of that add-on anywhere.

I can not even remember version 45. Do you have the Menu Bar across the top with : | File | Edit | View | History | Bookmarks | Tools | Help If not mouse to top of browser and right click and click menu bar.

Use Bookmarks --> Show All Bookmarks It has a search box in there that should work. Also can sort them.

Nothing else at all for you

Please let us know if this solved your issue or if need further assistance.

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Pkshadow said

Hi, can not even find a mention of that add-on anywhere.

So you couldn't be bothered to Google it then.

Pkshadow said

Use Bookmarks --> Show All Bookmarks It has a search box in there that should work.

What do you mean "should work"? I told you it doesn't so why are you telling me it "should work"? This non-answer is worse than none at all because I have to reply and explain that it's not a solution.

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This is a query that you can use with the SQLite Manager extension to show a list of all bookmarks that have a keyword.

SELECT k.id, k.keyword, k.place_id, k.post_data, h.url, h.foreign_count, b.id, b.type, b.fk, b.keyword_id
FROM moz_keywords k
LEFT JOIN moz_places h ON k.place_id = h.id
LEFT JOIN moz_bookmarks b ON k.id = b.keyword_id
ORDER BY k.keyword ASC

  1. Open Profile Directory -> places.sqlite -> Go
  2. Hit the "Execute SQL" tab
  3. Use a SELECT like posted above
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Hi arminius1, did you have the old extension installed and then do a Refresh? Just wondering whether it might be on your computer somewhere.