How do I search for one of my bookmarks only within a SUBFOLDER of all of my bookmarks?
It seems like Firefox only allows you to search for a specific bookmark by searching ALL of your bookmarks and not just limiting a search to a specific sub-folder of bookmarks. I've put a lot of time into bookmarking thousands of sites and i don't want 25 hits on a search result, just the one in the subfolder where I know the specific bookmark is that i'm looking for.
Is it possible to do this? Amy i missing something?
Re: How do I search for one of my bookmarks only within a SUBFOLDER of all of my bookmarks?
While you wait for a change to the code of Firefox itself...
You might want to try the Show Parent Folder extension. It will show the folder name of the bookmark in a column in your search results. I'm assuming you can group by the folder by clicking the column heading, but I haven't tested it.
If you use the same name in different parts of the hierarchy (e.g., 2013, or Old), the extension's Options dialog allows you to show the full hierarchy.