Riqiv

macrumors member
Original poster
Jun 18, 2008
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Safari 6.1 doesn't let me "Show in Collections" any Bookmarks?

Am I missing something or has Apple removed this ability?
 

RiK

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Jun 14, 2005
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It's still there, but combined into the one location now. Just type the search into the address bar and you'll see bookmarks included in the search results.
 

Riqiv

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Jun 18, 2008
49
3
NYC
Not for "Show in Collections"

Thank you for your response. I haven’t explained things very clearly so forgive me.

This is an ordinary Bookmark Search.

I am talking about right-click on the search and getting "Show in Collections".

For instance, in the screenshot I am looking for "MisterArt.com" (Red Oval) but I've forgotten that particular website.

I know it's a Folder with "Judy Greene Music" (Green Oval) but I have forgotten the Folder it's in (in this case, it's in "Score Paper" Folder in "Purple Oval").

I used to have Bookmarks open, press Cmmd + "F", search for "Judy Greene Music" and be able to right-click on the search and use "Show in Collections" and it would find the exact Bookmark "Judy Greene Music" in the Folder (of which I have hundreds) called "Score Paper" so I could find "MisterArt.com".

Does anyone know if that capacity still exists?
 

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dylanryan

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Aug 21, 2011
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If you go to the Bookmark menu, and select Edit Bookmarks, you get a similar view to the old bookmark window. Command-F does allow you to search. You won't see the usual search bar, but typing filters the results as you'd expect. This seems buggy and may get removed (or fixed) in a future update, but for right now it more or less works.
 

Riqiv

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Jun 18, 2008
49
3
NYC
Excellent dylanryan!

Edit Bookmarks and in the lower right-hand corner is a Window for "Search Bookmarks".

Search for your subject and right-click on the search found and you get "Show in Collections"!!!

(See screenshot.)

It's still there but Apple has cleverly hid it . . . that was sarcasm :)
 

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dylanryan

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Aug 21, 2011
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I didn't even *think* to look in the bottom for the search thing. That makes it feel much less buggy and, hopefully, therefore less likely to disappear.
 
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