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Install a toolbar/button on Verizon Yahoo! Browser

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I have Verizon DSL service and use their Verizon Yahoo! internet browser, which I really like. However, I'm only allowed up to 1000 bookmarks (their term for "favorites") and I'm running out of room. I've got about 700+ bookmarks now. I looked into bookmarking sites like Del.icio.us, Blinklist, Netvouz, etc. I tried to install the toolbar and/or button that these programs require. They say to right click the button and then add it to favorites. I don't have a "favorites" option. I have a "bookmark" option. So I save it to the bookmark, but then I don't see it. It only seems to work when I open up IE rather than the Verizon Browser.

I guess my basic question is, how do I add a button from one of these bookmark sites to my Verizon Yahoo! browser? I don't really want to use IE itself because I like Verizon's bookmark feature which opens on a sidebar.

If there is no way to add the button to my browser, does anyone here know of a site where I can have unlimited bookmarks/favorites and not have to add a button or toolbar?

Thanks in advance for your replies.
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In your case it is using Firefox as its core browser.

the only thing I found that might work for you is: http://googlesystem....in-firefox.html
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