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How to add current page to the bookmark tree from inside the tree without dragging?

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In Chrome I can browse my bookmark tree, right click on a folder and "Add Page", which directly adds the current URL to that folder. Firefox shows only "Add (a blank) Bookmark", "Add Folder", etc. No way to add the current page. Is there a way to add that I'm not seeing, other than dragging the URL physically?

In Chrome I can browse my bookmark tree, right click on a folder and "Add Page", which directly adds the current URL to that folder. Firefox shows only "Add (a blank) Bookmark", "Add Folder", etc. No way to add the current page. Is there a way to add that I'm not seeing, other than dragging the URL physically?

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You can click the star on the location bar to bookmark the current page. There are also other ways like Bookmark Tab, but all these only allow to add the new bookmark at the bottom of a specific folder. The only way to create the bookmark in a specific position in the tree is by dragging the tab and that is not what you want.


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選擇的解決方法

You can click the star on the location bar to bookmark the current page. There are also other ways like Bookmark Tab, but all these only allow to add the new bookmark at the bottom of a specific folder. The only way to create the bookmark in a specific position in the tree is by dragging the tab and that is not what you want.


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So, confirmed; can't add directly. I'll go start or add to a feature request.

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