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how do I import my bookmarks from seamonkey to firefox

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I've been using SeaMonkey as my browser for many years. I just downloaded FireFox and want to import the bookmarks from SeaMonkey. I can't find where to put the bookmark file from SeaMonkey into FireFox. I'm using Windows Vista and FireFox 22.0. Thank you.

I've been using SeaMonkey as my browser for many years. I just downloaded FireFox and want to import the bookmarks from SeaMonkey. I can't find where to put the bookmark file from SeaMonkey into FireFox. I'm using Windows Vista and FireFox 22.0. Thank you.

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If you have a SeaMonkey version that uses places.sqlite then you can copy this file from the SeaMonkey profile folder to the Firefox profile folder.

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see: [[Import Bookmarks and personal data from another browser|Import Bookmarks and personal data from another browser]] [[Import Bookmarks from a HTML file|Import Bookmarks from a HTML file]]

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Thank you for the information but I realized that what I was trying to do, which was copy bookmarks.html from SeaMonkey to FireFox and it doesn't work that way anymore. My end goal was to get my personal toolbar from SeaMonkey to show in Firefox. I don't like the looks of Firefox anyway so I think I'll just stick with SeaMonkey. Thank you for your help.

Thank you for the information but I realized that what I was trying to do, which was copy bookmarks.html from SeaMonkey to FireFox and it doesn't work that way anymore. My end goal was to get my personal toolbar from SeaMonkey to show in Firefox. I don't like the looks of Firefox anyway so I think I'll just stick with SeaMonkey. Thank you for your help.
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If you have a SeaMonkey version that uses places.sqlite then you can copy this file from the SeaMonkey profile folder to the Firefox profile folder.

If you have a SeaMonkey version that uses places.sqlite then you can copy this file from the SeaMonkey profile folder to the Firefox profile folder. *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Transferring_data_to_a_new_profile_-_Firefox *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Transferring_data_to_a_new_profile_-_SeaMonkey

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That worked.. Thank you so much. Now I will work on getting the navigation to feel more like what I'm used to instead of like I.E.

That worked.. Thank you so much. Now I will work on getting the navigation to feel more like what I'm used to instead of like I.E.