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When deleting bookmarks from Firefox, why does the program respond differently on similar installs to different computers all running OS X?

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On the subject of bookmarks...

The following procedure works for deleting bookmarks on my MacBook Pro, my iMac, and my Mac mini... If the bookmark is itself a tab on the toolbar, right click on it and select delete by highlighting delete in the drop down menu that appears.

The following procedure works for deleting bookmarks on my MacBook Pro, but not my iMac or Mac mini... If the toolbar tab is actually a folder containing bookmarks and possibly more folders, left click on the toolbar tab to open a drop down menu of other bookmarks/folders, highlight the one you want to delete, then right click on it and select delete by highlighting delete in the drop down menu.

On the iMac and Mac mini, right clicking on an item in the drop down menu of bookmarks/folders has no effect. It does not produce the additional drop down menu at all.

I can find no place to adjust this as a setting in preferences or anywhere else. Can you tell me why I am seeing a different response from the Firefox program on my MacBook Pro than I get from my other Macs?

All Macs are configured similarly and running OS X 10.6.5. All have Firefox 3.6.13 installed.

I realize there are many other ways to delete bookmarks from Firefox. My question is not about how to delete bookmarks, but rather why am I seeing the differing behavior from Firefox in other installs. It may well prove to be an issue within OS X rather than Firefox.

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