Thanks to you both for your replies.

    Hey, as long as we're talking about dreamy enhancement requests, here's one
that I'm sure would be very hard to implement, but which I think would be a
killer feature. I'd love a way to search for text within "all pages that I've
bookmarked." (So not just the title of the pages, but their text.)

    Don't know if it'd be easier to snapshot and store the text of every page
as it's bookmarked, or to re-fetch the pages afresh whenever the user does the
aforementioned kind of search. There are pros and cons to each, but either one
would be a godsend.

- Stephen

Florian Bruhin wrote:
> Hey,
> On Wed, Mar 20, 2019 at 12:16:14PM -0400, Ryan Roden-Corrent wrote:
> > Bookmarks appear in the same order they appear in your bookmarks file.
> > New bookmarks are appended to the end, so they will actually appear
> > last. You can order the file however you like to change the order in the
> > qutebrowser UI, but newly added bookmarks will always go to the end.
> > 
> > For what its worth, I rarely notice the order as I tend to rely on
> > text-filtering rather than scrolling.
> That's true for the :open completion, but not for qute://bookmarks which
> Stephen was referring to - that page indeed sorts by title only:
> Ideally the page itself would allow changing the sort order interactively. I
> guess many of the qute:// pages could need some love - I opened an issue with
> some ideas: 
> Florian
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