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Google chrome is an Excellent browser but the Bookmarks interface is more difficult than Mozilla Firefox. There is no Separator. It maybe not a big problem for many users, but when they have too many Bookmarks, it'll be a problem to separate them.
How can I add Separators to Google Chrome Bookmarks Bar?

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Unfortunately, Google decided that implementing bookmarks separators in Chrome isn’t worth the effort.

But you can do some tricks to get around this. For example, navigate to the site(http://separator.mayastudios.com/). This site you have the possibility to add vertical and/or horizontal separators.

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Thanks. Isn't there a official method ?! – Amirreza Nasiri Aug 20 '13 at 3:14
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@AmirrezA_Nasiri no, it's just a trick. :-) – quark8 Aug 20 '13 at 3:25
    
I only use Chrome on an offline computer so I cant test it. Is this "trick" just adding another bookmark with a line as the name? – Superole Jan 22 '15 at 12:51
    
The mayastudios horizontal separator seems to be broken. Just rename a link to "----------" and position as required. Copy the Bookmark for extra separators. – user1491819 Sep 15 '15 at 1:46
    
@user1491819 I just tried the horizontal separator and it seems to work fine for me – Michael Bray Sep 15 '15 at 11:45

The sites separators do work, click the horizontal link and it'll change the top drag seperator from horizontal to vertical. These arent bookmarks that take you to sites, theser are just separators. It's really not worth the trouble as google said, just use folders.

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