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Before using Vimperator, I used Xmarks for organizing and synchronizing bookmarks between computers. Now I installed Vimperator and I can only bookmark a page from command mode with :bmark.

How can I open Organize Bookmarks with Vimperator?

Besides disabling Vimperator and choosing it from the menu what else can I do? Before, I had CTRL + SHIFT + b to open the organizer. Now, in Vimperator, this shortcut doesn't work anymore, even after temporarily disabling Vimperator with CTRL + z.

Firefox Organize Bookmarks Screenshot


EDIT

After setting the main menu visible (with :set go+=m thanks to Hamish Downer), I saw the shortcut for opening the organize bookmarks dialog (CTRL + SHIFT + o). I recently switched to Ubuntu Linux and in this version of Firefox some keyboard shortcuts are different then in Windows (including the shortcut for opening organize bookmarks). Sorry for my ignorance.

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You can launch this using the dialog command:

:dialog bookmarks

Once you have typed dialog you should be shown a list of options that you can type. To find out more you could do

:help :dialog

Don't forget that you can always show the menu and select stuff the old way.

:set go+=m

go is short for guioptions and m is for menu.

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Thank you for your answer and sorry for my ignorance. I could have enabled myself the menu and see that the shortcut is different then in Windows instead of annoying people here on SU. –  Igor Popov Aug 19 '10 at 6:55
    
@Igor: no problem. It's always good to have the information available online for others to find. –  Hamish Downer Aug 19 '10 at 14:28
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On my Firefox 21.0 (x86-64) :dialog bookmarks is different from what I get from pressing Ctrl + Shift + o

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