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Got a new MacBook, how can I copy Cyberduck bookmarks from my old MacBook?

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Did you try to "export" them? – Mehper C. Palavuzlar Oct 27 '10 at 14:50
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May be worth just copying the entire Cyberduck folder across. It's located at ~/Library/Application Support/Cyberduck. There is a Favorites.plist file in there if you just want the bookmarks. Put that in the same location on your new MacBook.

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May be worth it to migrate the whole user profile to the new machine :-) I would probably go insane without all my applications, preferences, files, etc. – Daniel Beck Oct 27 '10 at 15:13
~/Library/Preferences/ch.sudo.cyberduck.plist might also be a good idea to migrate. – Daniel Beck Oct 27 '10 at 15:18

You can drag&drop the bookmarks from the list (Cmd-B) to a Finder window or the desktop, then copy or move those files to your new machine.

These files don't contain your stored password, this is still in your keychain. Enter it anew on the new machine, or migrate your login (default) keychain you can find in /Users/yourname/Library/Keychains/login.keychain.

If your machine is brand new, you could consider using Migration Assistant to migrate all your data to the new machine.

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thanks that was very easy – mcgrailm May 12 '11 at 23:48

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