Ed Mullen wrote on 13/03/18 01:29:
I started doing that, Ed, but there are lots and lots of sub-folders
with lots of locations/websites in each. Probable 300 in original folder
and similar in the other!
On 3/12/2018 at 9:03 AM, Daniel created this epitome of digital genius:
I'm trying to combine two Bookmarks folders to ensure I have a single
listing of all the websites whos content I have been interested in
over the years.
I've added the second bookmarks file to the first bookmarks file which
has given me a listing with lots of doubled up sub-directories, e.g.
two "General" directories, two "Financial" directories, two "Mozilla"
directories, etc., etc..
If I, now, export the file as a HTML file (Tools->Export HTML...)
would I then be able to edit that file in LibreOffice, or some such,
delete all the twins, combine what's left and the import it back into
SeaMonkey (Tools->Import HTML ..).
If not, could someone offer another suggestion?
Why not just edit it in SeaMonkey's bookmarks manager?
Don't I remember some add-on that would go through the Bookmarks folder
and indicate any double-ups?? Maybe that's what EE is about to tell me!!
Nope, so still looking!
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