Importing bookmarks to Firefox from Camino and weird bt mouse behaviour

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by annk, Jan 17, 2006.

  1. annk Administrator

    annk

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    Two separate issues:

    1 Anyone know how to import bookmarks from Camino to Firefox? I have the latest versions of both, but can only see a way to import from Safari. All my good stuff is in Camino :rolleyes:

    2 Usually, when my bt mouse is in its docking charger, there´s no connection to my PB, even when the PB´s bluetooth is on. But just now, I was using the trackpad when the cursor froze. I went downstairs to get the BT mouse out of its charger, and sure enough - a connection existed, and my cursor came back to life. Why?? If someone had unplugged the power to the docking station then plugged it back in (this may have happened), would that make the mouse connect, even while still in the charger? It´s a Logitech MX900.
     
  2. emaja macrumors 68000

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    I just synched my bookmarks betweent he two broswers myslef. You need to "export" them from Camino and then "import" them into Firefox.

    Can't offer help with the BT/mouse issue. Never had it ahppen to me.
     
  3. annk thread starter Administrator

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    When I try to import into Firefox after exporting them from Camino (to the desktop), the only choices Firefox gives me are to import from MIE, Safari, Netscape 6.7 or Mozilla 1.x or Opera. What did you choose?
     
  4. annk thread starter Administrator

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    I finally imported them to Safari, then to Firefox from Safari. But I'm still curious to know if there was a way to do it directly from Camino to Firefox.:confused:
     
  5. emaja macrumors 68000

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    For some reason I cannot remember how I did it, but I did take it right from Camino to Firefox.
     

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