Skip to comments.How do I get rid of there damnable lines in Firefox bookmarks??
Posted on 01/29/2010 11:11:53 PM PST by perfect stranger
Click “Organize Bookmarks”. Drag the lines off.
Off hand, try opening ‘organize bookmarks’ and deleting the separators (purposeless lines).
If your install of firefox is messed up, try reinstalling. If that fails, export your bookmarks, uninstall firefox (along with personal settings), then fresh install and import your book marks back into the browser.
right click on line
couldn’t be any easier.....
Yes. Those last two are permanent. They separate the menu on top from the list on the bottom.
Click on “tools” then click on “options” then click on “settings”, then click on “remove damnable lines”
FReepmail me your bookmarks and a Mastercard number and I’ll fix it 4 ya.
But this offer is only good until 6 AM Jan 29th, 2010.
Are you sure you want to log off now?
Are you sure you wanted to answer “yes” to the question “Are you sure you want to log off now”?
Are you sure you wanted to answer “yes” to the question “Are you sure you wanted to answer “yes” to the question “Are you sure you want to log off now”?”
Are you sure of one single thing at all? Are you sure your head is even screwed on straight?
By now, I’m pretty FN sure you shouldn’t be allowed within 25 yards of a keyboard!!
I have no idea.
I’m quite surprised the Linux folks haven’t shown up to tell you that “Dwarf” or “Midget” or “Runt” or “Toadie” will fix it for you.
They must have run out of mythos.
Let us know what the 73 pages of results tell you.
On a side-note. It is wise to password protect your passwords in firefox. My son just had to reformat his hardrive to prevent any more security leaks in his browser. Seems that he picked up some sort of virus that pulled out and sent all his passwords to an ip address in Nigeria, resulting in a mass funding transfer parade. Cost him thousands. PASSWORD PROTECT YOUR PASSWORDS.
It provides for tagging bookmarks with names like "political", "tech", "video" etc. and then setting up a toolbar for any particular tag. So you can have as many toolbars as you like and just pick the one you want to use at any given time. Very easy to switch back and forth. It's a thing of beauty.
If you are a Firefox user then here is the link to the plugin:
Are those the savages Garmin kills and makes into GPS's?
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