Leopard Day 1: Didn't export bookmarks in Tiger

Discussion in 'macOS' started by jamblo, Nov 18, 2007.

  1. jamblo macrumors newbie

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    #1
    Hello chaps

    Today I installed Leopard after saving my hard drive onto an external drive using Carbon Copy Cloner.

    Everything's looking good so far, and I've managed to drag and drop a lot of my app's over with little fuss.

    The really annoying issue I've run into is with my bookmarks. Thinking it would be a simple case of copying over a folder, I didn't do a lot of research, but it looks like I should have exported my bookmarks in tiger for importing in Leopard.

    Is there any way I can import my backed up book marks? I found some .plist files, which when clicked load up an individual favourite, so all is not lost, but this method would mean loading up 100's of URLs and bookmarking them manually.

    Thanks in advance
    Jamblo
     
  2. macjack1 macrumors regular

    macjack1

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    Location:
    The Big Apple
    #2
    ~/Library/Safari/Bookmarks.plist

    Here is a list of where your important data is stored
    ("~" stands for "Home"):

    Your data in ~/Documents
    ~/Library/Application Support/AddressBook (copy the whole folder)
    ~/Library/Application Support/iCal(copy the whole folder)
    Also in ~/Library/Application Support (copy whatever else you need)

    ~ /Library/Keychains (copy the whole folder)
    ~/Library/Mail (copy the whole folder)
    ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.mail.plist This is a very important file which contains all email account settings and general mail preferences.

    ~ /Library/iTunes (copy the whole folder)
    ~/Library/Application Support/Safari (copy the whole folder)
    ~/Library/Application Support/iMovie (copy the whole folder)
    ~/Pictures/iPhoto library
    ~/Music/iTunes
    ~/Movies/iMovie

    If you want cookies:
    ~/Library/Cookies/Cookies.plist
    ~/Library/Application Support/Webfoundation/HTTPcookies.plist

    For Entourage users:
    Entourage is in Documents/Microsoft user data
    Also in ~ /Library/Preferences/Microsoft


    -mj
     
  3. jamblo thread starter macrumors newbie

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  4. isleofjib macrumors regular

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    CT
    #4
    when i was getting ready to upgrade, i just copied the entire safari folder. after installing leopard (clean install), i just copied that folder over and safari was just as it was in tiger.
     

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