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bk_7312 31. Mar 2009 10:28 AM

How to transfer bookmarks to Seamonkey?
 
Hi,
Do anyone of you know any ways of transferring bookmarks from Firefox to Seamonkey and keep them synchronized if possible? I know that some people would ask why I'm using Seamonkey as Firefox is a much better choice. It's because the OS I'm using as an alternative for Windows is pre-installed with it. They did it to save space as Seamonkey is an all-in-one application. Also, does Firefox's add-on works with Seamonkey? I know that Seamonkey has a few add-ons but they seems to be for Firefox.

Seamonkey Add-ons: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/seamonkey/

Anupam 31. Mar 2009 10:48 AM

You can export the bookmarks from Firefox to an HTML file. In Firefox 3.0.8, this can be done from:
Bookmarks ---> Organize Bookmarks ---> Import and Backup ---> Export HTML

You can then import that HTML bookmarks file in SeaMonkey.

The link for the add-ons is correct. They may seem like add-ons for Firefox, but they are infact for SeaMonkey too, as the heading on the page says: SeaMonkey Add-ons. So just go ahead and install them :).

About synchronization of bookmarks, I don't think the Foxmarks add-on is available for SeaMonkey, otherwise it would have been quite easy. Will have to search if something else is available.

Anupam 31. Mar 2009 11:21 AM

This link might be of interest to you. Contains list of modified Firefox extensions to work on SeaMonkey.

http://xsidebar.mozdev.org/modifiedmisc.html

bk_7312 01. Apr 2009 09:55 AM

Thanks for the help Anupam. Also, the modified Firefox extensions were quite handy as there are quite a lot of extensions that I think are useful (in a way). About the HTML file thing, I didn't know you could do that with Firefox (probably because I never really bother to rearrange my bookmarks). Thanks for telling me those.

Anupam 01. Apr 2009 10:15 AM

You are welcome. Glad to be of help :).

jim 27. Nov 2009 07:58 PM

I have been a FF user for ages. I recently read some very very good reports about SM (particularly about speed and stability) so thought I would give it a try. Importing the bookmarks is very hit and miss and doesn't import them all, let alone put them in a good order. I thought (being Mozilla) it would just be a 5 minute job to configure it to my needs. Wrong. There is no help file as it is just forum supported so, after a couple of days poking around, I have decided to get rid of it. Shame, it looked so promising - or perhaps I am just too lazy. :D


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