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The answer is, unlikely. I will assume you didn't, for whatever reason, take back ups. Now think, you should have taken a back up. And from now on, take back ups. Things like Google Drive, Drop Box etc offer some free storage so use it! I will assume you didn't use Chrome Sync. I will also assume your on Windows OS (Vista or above). Chrome saves your ...


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Both links to internal document bookmarks and to external sites work fine:


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Much easier than any of this .......uncheck 'Let chrome run in background' close and restart chrome .....The cause is that your profile is still running in bg and multi instances of same user is a nogo


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Having tested all of the suggestions, it seems using bookmark manager to manually delete all the duplicate bookmarks is the most reliable (same behaviour and resolution as detailed in Garrett Mitchener's response above.) The main sticking point was to ensure only the duplicates were deleted. In other words, get a list of unique bookmarks in the bookmark ...


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I have the same issue! I found these two temp solutions: Links I exported my bookmark folders and opened them in Chrome, and this gave me a list of links, which was somewhat helpful. Changed profile Since I really wanted the styling and convenience of just sharing a link, so I decided to export the bookmarks again, then import them into a new user ...


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Here is a search that worked for me: Configuration: I used my Windows XP computer. I used Xmarks to sync my bookmarks between Firefox and IE. In file Explorer, search in the folder C:\Documents and Settings\yourusername\Favorites for your target folder. You will find the folder that you are looking for. I don't think this method depends on the operating ...


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For me, this was due to Sort Bookmarks using the bookmarks and thus the last folder always popped up after using the plugin.


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I have finally had it with there being no replacement for the "really delicious" addon from the old days you speak of. Not only has the old addon that I have kept running finally gone to a state of too many bugs, after days of searching I didn't find anything close to what was offered by it before (on any browser!). So I decided to take it upon myself to ...


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If the bookmark already exists, open the Firefox Library (a way to do that is to type chrome://browser/content/places/places.xul in your address bar), click on your bookmark and then use these fields to edit it: Once in the Firefox Library, you can create more bookmarks with keywords: You can also use this feature to create keyword searches with a %s ...


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I will assume you are syncing your browser data, please try these steps: Sign in to your Google Dashboard See if you have a bookmarks, if yes then go to your Chrome menu under Settings there is a Sign in section Select Disconnect your google account At the end of the page "Setting" chose Show advanced settings At the end chose Reset Settings button ...



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