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Canada Computes: Organized bookmarks? Who'd have thought it! [GNOME bookmark organizer]

Oct 07, 2000, 19:01 (2 Talkback[s])
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"...When you run the program you are given a simple window with a documents list and a "storing zone" for storing URL's. To get at the main goodies of this program you have to open up a set of bookmarks. Netscape stores them in your home directory under .netscape/bookmarks.html. The program can also import Mozilla bookmarks but I have no means of testing this, since my one and only experience with Mozilla was less than pleasant and it made a hasty exit from my system."

"Once the bookmarks are loaded, they open in a window that looks similar to the Netscape bookmark manager. This one, however, doesn't shut itself down if you so much as dare to click on it."

"The program supports drag-and-drop, so you can drag your various bookmarks around, create new folders, edit the existing bookmarks, create new ones ... basically anything the Netscape manager can do."

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