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I've been having posting problems with the latest Firefox version. If I uninstall the prog, and reinstall, will I loose bookmarks? Just how do you manually save or transfer bookmarks?
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Bookmarks > Organize Bookmarks
File > Export > Save somewhere
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*Edit* nevermind Phil beat me to it.
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The best extension EVER!
Especially if you have more than one PC.
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Or you could start using something like del.icio.us too.
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I use a program called mozbackup which backs up all the settings and bookmarks whenever you like. Also works for thunderbird and the mozilla suite, so I use it to archive emails regularly. Similarly it backs up the email account settings and such.
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You can also copy the whole user profile while you're at it: it's the folder with a string of random letters, in linux it's in ~/.mozilla/firefox/, in windows it's probably somewhere in C:\Documents and settings\username\Application whatever\Mozilla or something.
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CA_Steve wrote:mozbackup rocks
My vote goes here as well. It's a simple utility for storing all this info to one file. Customize what exactly you want to save by checkmarking it in the list.