What is the "Bookmarks Menu tab in Safari?

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Gaelinic, Feb 8, 2009.

  1. Gaelinic macrumors regular

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    I've created subfolder bookmarks in Safari and see how you can place bookmars on the Bookmarks Bar. But what is the "Bookmarks Menu" folder in Safari? It's just below the Bookmarks Bar when you see all your bookmarks? What do you use this Menu for?

    As you can tell, I'm still a noob.

    Thanks.

    Gaelinic
     
  2. bruno11 macrumors newbie

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    On your bookmarks bar there should be an icon that looks like a book. This is how you can get to all of your bookmarks instead of having each one on the actual bar. If the book icon isn't there, then under the Safari menu go to "Bookmarks" and click "Show All Bookmarks" this will take you to all of your bookmarks.
     
  3. Gaelinic thread starter macrumors regular

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    Oh Rainbow!! Ok, when I click "Show all Bookmarks," I see a folder called "Bookmarks Menu." You're saying that this folder is actually the Book icon on the Bookmarks Tab?

    Thanks.

    Gaelinic
     
  4. plinden macrumors 68040

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    No, I think bruno11 misunderstood you.

    Bookmarks Menu is where bookmarks go when you use command-D to add a bookmark. If you look at Bookmarks from the top menu you'll see it matches what's in Bookmarks Menu (ie Bookmarks + Menu)
     

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