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Firefox - 3: I Did My Part. Did You?


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Didn't have problem transferring bookmarks to FF3. Them imported just fine. I didn't want to wait for all the add-ons I use to become updated and usable again. Over 80% were disabled in FF3. :) Will give it a few more months before trying again. I also didn't like the fact that you can install/run both the 2.0.0.15 and FF3 versions. Just one or the other.

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How did you transfer the bookmarks? that along with the passwords i have save are the only things holding me back from sticking with FF3. ohh along with the fact that it doesnt connect to my ftp server software taht i am using to host my ftp files, but they told me they are working on a patch.
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How to move the bookmarks in Firefox 3
Firefox 3: "Bookmarks -> Organize Bookmarks -> Import and Backup -> Import HTML... -> from an HTML File": Includes instructions for importing from other browsers.

I like to use SmartFTP 3.0. Much easier.

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