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To hide bookmarks simply right click on any bookmark on the bookmark bar > Open Bookmark Manager > pick any bookmark you want to hide and move to other bookmarks. This is for chrome may not work on other browsers.


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If anyone else has this problem with newer versions of Windows, you may encounter a super annoying .jsonlz4 file. Here is how to restore the bookmarks using that annoying file. After spending hours and hours searching and searching how to decompress the stupid jsonlz4 file so I could recover my bookmarks from a previous backup (after my computer crashed ...


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First, convert the .URLs files to a bookmark html file. Use these steps: Copy the contents of your Favorites folder (from backup) to: C:\Users\%username%\Favorites Press WinKey + R, type iexplore.exe and press ENTER. This starts Internet Explorer. Verify if favorites are shown under the Favorites menu in Internet Explorer. If you've copied them to the ...


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anc is designed to do stuff like this as well. https://github.com/tobimensch/anc Here's an excerpt from the README: # make the current directory the default anchor: $ anc s # go to /etc, then /, then /usr/local and then back to the default anchor: $ cd /etc; cd ..; cd usr/local; anc # go back to /usr/local : $ anc b # add another anchor: $ anc a $HOME/...


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An easy way to do what you're asking is to: Export your favorites to a text-based bookmarks.html file Use a text editor and do a "search and replace" for the domain names Import the modified favorites file The folks at google don't make the import/export options very accessible https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/96816?hl=en Using NotePad that ...



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