Поиск в Поддержке

Избегайте мошенников, выдающих себя за службу поддержки. Мы никогда не попросим вас позвонить, отправить текстовое сообщение или поделиться личной информацией. Сообщайте о подозрительной активности, используя функцию «Пожаловаться».

Learn More

Viewing tags in sidebar

  • 4 ответа
  • 1 имеет эту проблему
  • 11 просмотров
  • Последний ответ от arbalest

more options

From the menu I can select that the sidebar contains bookmarks or history. But from the "library" (ctl-shift-b) which is similar I have select history, bookmarks or tags. Can I get the tags view in the sidebar?

Really, from the sidebar I would at least expect to be able to select a tab or drop down to get to one of the 3 possible views or having them all in one big tree view like the library.

From the menu I can select that the sidebar contains bookmarks or history. But from the "library" (ctl-shift-b) which is similar I have select history, bookmarks or tags. Can I get the tags view in the sidebar? Really, from the sidebar I would at least expect to be able to select a tab or drop down to get to one of the 3 possible views or having them all in one big tree view like the library.

Все ответы (4)

more options

All you need to know about sidebar http://mzl.la/1GSQjHi

more options

Note that in your first graphic, the drop down has no option to select TAGS.

This question is about how to see TAGS in the sidebar.

more options

hi, a bit of a workaround... you can create your own folder containing all tags and place it anywhere within an existing category in the bookmarks sidebar: right-click on the place where you want to create it and select new bookmark. Enter any custom name like "All my tags" & add the following as address:

place:type=6&sort=1&maxResults=1000

afterwards confirm this and restart firefox once for it to take effect...

more options

philipp said

a bit of a workaround...

Well that certainly gives me much of the functionality I was looking for -- thanks.

I will have to get used to the tree-like view rather than the two-pane view of the library which I now keep open as a separate window. But I do count on the properties view open at the bottom of the right pane so I will wish for the full library functionality in the sidebar in a future release of FF.

Now at least the tags list goes with my browser wherever I put it and that is a plus.