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When I add bookmark (Apple D), if it is already listed then my only option is to move it from its original folder or later go in a copy/paste a second copy. Is there a preference change around this? And/Or, can you make one for the next version?

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I would like to be able to save a bookmark in two locations without moving it from one folder to another if I already have that bookmark saved in some bookmark folder. I write many papers, and love to access different materials. Sometimes I end up using the same site for different papers, and so I would like to be able to do that quickly, without having to go into the bookmarks section, and manually doing it with copy/paste. Thanks

Réiteach roghnaithe

That has been like that since Firefox 3.0 was released in June 2008 - 7 major version releases thus far with it like that and the developers haven't changed it - so I wouldn't count on it.

When I want to save a duplicate bookmark, I just "grab" the website image in the Location Bar and drag it into the Bookmarks Sidebar, into the folder where I want it placed. On Windows and Linux, { Ctrl + B } opens the sidebar and then just drag.

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Réiteach Roghnaithe

That has been like that since Firefox 3.0 was released in June 2008 - 7 major version releases thus far with it like that and the developers haven't changed it - so I wouldn't count on it.

When I want to save a duplicate bookmark, I just "grab" the website image in the Location Bar and drag it into the Bookmarks Sidebar, into the folder where I want it placed. On Windows and Linux, { Ctrl + B } opens the sidebar and then just drag.

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That sounds quicker then what I was doing. Thanks for the update :-) All the best. Thompson

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You're welcome.