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    Where does Firebird store bookmarks? (Firebird)

    With Mozilla, it stored bookmarks in a file called bookmarks.html that was burried deep in the subdirectory structure in a file like:

    C:WINDOWSApplic~1MozillaProfilesdefault1hvmp4ry.sl tbookmarks.html

    although, the hvmp4ry.slt subdirectory changed each installation. I'm thinking about switching to Firebird. The download zip file does not run an installation program, it just unzips the directory structure. There were several bookmarks.html files but replacing each of them with my existing file did not update my bookmarks. Sure, I can import them but I need the ability to copy the files between machines on a daily basis to keep them in sync.

    Does anyone know how Firebird is storing its bookmarks?

    Ronny
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    Re: Where does Firebird store bookmarks? (Firebird

    Have a look at this explanation of how to use the same file for both browsers.
    Gre

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