On Mon, Feb 04, 2002 at 05:01:30PM -0500, John Magrini wrote: > perhaps make your own html document with all the links you want, and set it > as your homepage in all three browers, this maybee the easiest way to do it. > > On Monday 04 February 2002 08:51 am, Jens Benecke wrote: > > On Sun, Feb 03, 2002 at 02:46:47PM -0500, James Lindenschmidt wrote: > > > These days, my browsing time is about equally spent in Konqueror and > > > Galeon, with the occasional Mozilla and Netscape 4.x session for various > > > reasons. Each of them has a differing bookmark system. I was wondering > > > if there is a way to have all 4 browsers point to the same bookmark file, > > > so that if I add a bookmark in one browser, it will show up in all > > > browsers? This is what I do. Putting such a page on a public webserver means your bookmarks are available to you from *any* web browser (and makes for a truly useful links page for others too). I write my bookmarks page in BML (http://bradfitz.com/bml/) which can serve as a sort of macro language for HTML. It makes creating a new bookmark very easy. I'm not trying to promote one of my favorite languages in a forum of a completely different topic, no.... -- Joseph Fannin email@example.com "Bull in pure form is rare; there is usually some contamination by data." -- William Graves Perry Jr.
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