A hierarchical bookmark structure option needed.

Asked by SandySandfort on 2006-07-03

Is there any way to convert the Bookmarks to a standard hierarchical structure? If not, there should be. The current bookmark structure is annoyingly non-intuitive and ineffectual.

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2006-07-03
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2006-07-05
Dean Sas (dsas) said : #1

If you add "topics" to your bookmarks they will automatically be organised hierachically. I think the bookmarks dialogue may be getting changed in the next version but I'm fairly sure that they're keeping the topic based menu system. (Which I personally think is lovely)

SandySandfort (sandy-sandfort) said : #2

Dean Sas wrote:
> Support request #1134 on Ubuntu changed:
> https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+ticket/1134
>
> Comment:
> If you add "topics" to your bookmarks they will automatically be organised hierachically. I think the bookmarks dialogue may be getting changed in the next version but I'm fairly sure that they're keeping the topic based menu system. (Which I personally think is lovely)

Thanks Dean, but "topics" is already there and only goes down two
levels. The documentation is pretty clear about not supporting a real
hierarchical structure.

However, I did test other web browsers until I found Galeon. It is
hierarchical, clear, intuitive and it has a window recovery feature like
Epiphany. This last feature is very important to me. So now all is well.

Thanks,

 S a n d y

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