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Starting yesterday, for some reason when I access my bookmarks, I have to start from the very top of all my lists of bookmarks. In the past when I accessed a bookmark, and then a clicked on the bookmark tab to access ANOTHER bookmark, my bookmark list would show where I had left off from the previous bookmark within that list.
Now when I access a another bookmark after I had accessed a previous bookmark, my bookmark list starts from the very top of it instead of where I was previously within that bookmark list. Being I have many bookmarks, (100's) it is a real pain to have to constantly scroll down from the top of my bookmark list every time to access another bookmark. I didn't have to do this previously. When I accessed bookmarks AFTER I accessed a given bookmark, the bookmark list stayed where I was previously located within my bookmark list. This made it easy to access my next bookmark selection! It sure is handy being all the hundreds of bookmarks I have, to have the list not ALWAYS revert back to the top of my bookmark list every time I want to find a bookmark!
This peculiar situation just started yesterday. In the past this would NOT happen when I accessed my bookmarks.
Looking at the bookmark manager and bookmark library I don't see options the change how the bookmark list is presented?
Can someone please help me and explain how do get back my old bookmark list actuation process? Thank you.
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Hi cor-el, thank you for your reply.
So, when I loaded the latest version of Firefox 110, I lost the bookmark list feature of staying at the present location I last selected, AND not going back to the top of the list and starting all over selecting a bookmark? Being I have hundreds of bookmarks, that new updated bookmark list feature is NOT a good feature!
I see if I hit Ctrl B, as you suggest, a bookmark sidebar appears, and the bookmark list acts as it did before by NOT reverting back to the top as it does now.
Is there going to be a fix with the latest Firefox update 110 to fix this problem, cor-el?
If not, frankly I'm tempted to revert back to Firefox 109 or whatever was the last version.
Thank you, cor-el, your help IS appreciated.