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When I click 'Remove' to delete a bookmark, nothing happens.

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I'm using Firefox for Android 68.1. From a new tab page I select 'Bookmarks'. In the list of bookmarked web pages I long press a on an entry and a menu pops up with different options. I then select 'Remove' to delete that bookmark. Nothing happens and the bookmark is still there. Am I doing the correct procedure to delete a bookmark?

I'm using Firefox for Android 68.1. From a new tab page I select 'Bookmarks'. In the list of bookmarked web pages I long press a on an entry and a menu pops up with different options. I then select 'Remove' to delete that bookmark. Nothing happens and the bookmark is still there. Am I doing the correct procedure to delete a bookmark?

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Hi

Are you scrolling across to the Bookmarks panel...or are you looking at the History panel?

If you delete the item from the History panel, the bookmark will still be there. If you delete the item from the Bookmark panel, the bookmark will be deleted.

I hope that this helps.

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Hi

Are you scrolling across to the Bookmarks panel...or are you looking at the History panel?

If you delete the item from the History panel, the bookmark will still be there. If you delete the item from the Bookmark panel, the bookmark will be deleted.

I hope that this helps.

Hi Are you scrolling across to the Bookmarks panel...or are you looking at the History panel? If you delete the item from the History panel, the bookmark will still be there. If you delete the item from the Bookmark panel, the bookmark will be deleted. I hope that this helps.
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That's what I was doing wrong apparently. Thank you.

That's what I was doing wrong apparently. Thank you.
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