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I had this issue as well and exported my bookmarks from Chrome to
a file, then edited the file to remove the "Imported From Firefox"
This is pretty simple to do since the Chrome bookmarks are saved
in XML, and all bookmarks are child nodes to the folder node
Once you remove the folder, just re-import the bookmarks file and
you'll be good to go.
On 6/28/2019 9:55 AM, Gerald Levy via
This is one of the limitations of Chrome.?? If you import all
of your IE Favorites into Chrome, and then add new Bookmarks in
Chrome itself, you will wind up with two bookmark lists: the
ones from IE and the ones created in Chrome, and there is no way
to merge them into a single bookmarks list. Which means that you
might have to search both bookmarks lists to find the one you're
looking for, which could be a nuisance.
On 6/28/2019 9:41 AM, Sharon wrote:
But no way to actually organize
them in folders like IE? What will happen if I import all
my folders from IE?
I actually found
bookmarks the hardest transition when I first moved from
IE to chrome, but now use chrome all the time and almost
never use IE any more. One tip I can give regarding
bookmarks which I found really helpful with Chrome is
there is a key combination to quickly access bookmarks in
a list similar to how IE displays them. If you press and
hold ALT and then press F (it should say context menu at
this stage), then release alt and f, press b (it should
say something like bookmarks sub menu), simply press right
cursor key and you???re in the list of bookmarks. I
realised As I wrote that it actually sounds more
complicated than it actually is , but I do find this key
stroke a really quick and easy way of accessing bookmarks
in chrome. Hope that helps.
What do you mean as menus being
quite as deep as? I???m confused about bookmarks for
example in both Firefox and Google Chrome. IE is so
simple. I don???t know what I???m missing here.
I don't think there is one best web browser.?? The
chromium-based ones are okay, although I try to avoid actual
google chrome because of its spying.?? I'd much rather use
brave it blocks ads and lets me read things where other
browsers just say you have to subscribe or allow ads.?? I
like firefox for the fact that its menus aren't buried quite
as deep as chromium-based browsers.?? Other than the menus
they all basically work the same, so there really is no
reason to restrict yourself to only using one browser.
On 6/26/2019 15:07, James Gashel wrote:
Please post your recommendations of
what you think is the best web browser to use with the
latest version of JAWS. I seem to go back and forth on
this and would like to settle down and really learn
using what folks think is best.
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