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Tried to import bookmarks from Chrome - but they show up as <empty> when accessed

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I followed all the steps listed, but when I try to access the Chrome bookmarks, I get <empty>

Any ideas? TIA.

I followed all the steps listed, but when I try to access the Chrome bookmarks, I get <empty> Any ideas? TIA.

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Hi, can you Export to HTML in Chrome - I don't know because I uninstalled it years ago!

If so, export them and save to somewhere convenient on your PC.

Now in Firefox, open bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks > Import and Backup > Import Bookmarks from HTML, and navigate to where you saved the file. More: Import Bookmarks and personal data from another browser.

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WestEnd
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What steps and from where did you follow it from?

What steps and from where did you follow it from?
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Do these help? https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/search?esab=a&w=1&q=Chrome
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https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/search?esab=a&w=1&q=Chrome
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No, sorry, those are the steps I followed. Didn't work.

No, sorry, those are the steps I followed. Didn't work.
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Hi, can you Export to HTML in Chrome - I don't know because I uninstalled it years ago!

If so, export them and save to somewhere convenient on your PC.

Now in Firefox, open bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks > Import and Backup > Import Bookmarks from HTML, and navigate to where you saved the file. More: Import Bookmarks and personal data from another browser.

Hi, can you Export to HTML in Chrome - I don't know because I uninstalled it years ago! If so, export them and save to somewhere convenient on your PC. Now in Firefox, open bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks > Import and Backup > Import Bookmarks from HTML, and navigate to where you saved the file. More: [[Import Bookmarks and personal data from another browser]].
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Thanks! This one worked. I noticed on the Chrome bookmark bar there is an option to export as html. Thanks again

Thanks! This one worked. I noticed on the Chrome bookmark bar there is an option to export as html. Thanks again
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