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How can I search my bookmarks?

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Some sites change the name when they are bookmarked. And then when I look at my bookmarks I do not recognize them. I would like to search my bookmarks for them.

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Note that if you open such a bookmark in a tab that you can click the highlighted star on the location bar to see its properties and modify them.

You can toggle the Bookmarks sidebar on/off via "View > Sidebars > Bookmarks" or Ctrl+B and use its search bar.

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iamjayakumars
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Goto Bookmark Menu > Show All Bookmark (ctrl/cmd + Shift + D)

right top search box available.

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Note that if you open such a bookmark in a tab that you can click the highlighted star on the location bar to see its properties and modify them.

You can toggle the Bookmarks sidebar on/off via "View > Sidebars > Bookmarks" or Ctrl+B and use its search bar.

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What is /cmd in (ctrl/cmd + Shift + D) I have a ctrl,shift,and a D key but no cmd/ key?

iamjayakumars
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cmd and ctrl are same

cmd - mac
ctrl - others