Re: chrome issue with bookmarks
Chris G <chris@...>
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There is one that synchronizes bookmarks across the browsers it is called Eversync.
Another bookmark manager is called Linkstash from http://www.linkstash.com
This one saves the links in it’s own database and you launch the link from it’s interface and not from your browsers. It reminds me of Windows Explorer.
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Thomas N. Chan
Sent: Tuesday, May 7, 2019 12:57 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] chrome issue with bookmarks
.That’s the thing, I cant find a good replacement plugins/extension to work with firefox
, IE and chrome at the same time.
With the newer version of firefox, the plain old favourites don’t work anymore
If anyone got any good idea, do let us know.
I always have more than one browser, so I have started doing a very round about thing.
When I find a page I want to save in Chrome, I copy the URL from the address bar, and just in case I get busy and forget, I paste it into a notepad document with the title of the page.
I go ahead and save it using Chrome, but later I will open up IE and paste the URL of the page into the address bar after pressing control plus O.
I then save it in IE and I have a folder inside my IE favorites folder where all of my webpages are completely organized. This allows me to have it where I want it and when using Chrome, if I want, I can just go to that favorites folder and enter on the page, finding it quite easily.
It sounds complicated, but it is actually very quick to do.
I just read that the issue with Chrome and bookmarks is a JAWS issue, so maybe it will get fixed.