Quote: Originally Posted by siouxdax
I appreciate the link, but you misunderstood my question. I am talking about the folder. I do not ever use IE8. I would like to see my Firefox favorites in that folder, and the ability to access them via Firefox, not IE8.
Your home must be very clean.
Given that Firefox now stores its bookmarks in an SQL-Lite database table, it would be impractical and less efficient to store Firefox bookmarks in file format all the way over in IE's Favorites folder, especially for those users who never use IE.
I say ignore that folder, or if you really have to go ahead and hide it.
And for those who do use both browsers, IMO the Xmarks extension is a much better way to synchronize bookmarks with favorites across browsers.