I know that these aren't COMPLETELY gone, because I downgraded (*twice*. The 2nd time I quarantined Firefox with no internet access so it couldn't possibly update). After… (funda kabanzi)
I know that these aren't COMPLETELY gone, because I downgraded (*twice*. The 2nd time I quarantined Firefox with no internet access so it couldn't possibly update). After downgrading and loading Firefox, I can see all my FORTY speed dials. This manner of use is how Firefox is useful to ME.
In place of MY speed dial choices are instead a bunch of links that I can get literally ANYWHERE. I really don't need my internet browser to advise me WHERE to spend MY time.
Please explain how, after allowing Firefox to update, I can retrieve AT THE MINIMUM, the list of them and the URL's even to be able to re-add them manually.
I completely understand the need to keep browsers and technology up to date, but the manner of RUDE destruction of tools I use when accessing the internet was completely avoidable.
Currently, my mind set is, that if not for MY speed dials, in the places I choose for them, I will just uninstall Firefox completely. Why bother having it if I'm always going to be forced into Firefox's choices. I just as well go back to Internet Explorer!
I WAS using the speed dial from "http://speeddial.uworks.net/", which, I understand, is an ADD ON and not directly supported. However, I do think Firefox support should be able to tell me how to export and import.