Re: Bookmarks across browsers
Amy Templeton wrote:
> KS wrote:
>> Can't there be a common place for bookmarks which all
>> browsers could read? Something like an XML file maybe? ...
>> Or should there be a WWW-standard for such a simple but
>> important feature?
> Well, one thing you could do would be to find the bookmarks
> file for your browser. For example, my Firefox bookmarks can
> be found at
> Similarly, my w3m bookmarks are at ~/.w3m/bookmark.html.
> Anyway, it could be risky trying to overwrite other
> browsers' bookmark files with links to a single one (in case
> they use a specific format), but one strategy you might use
> could be to bookmark another browser's bookmark file,
> letting you access it from that browser. Just a thought. Or,
> if examining the bookmark files leads you to believe that
> you could safely use the same file without confusing the
> browser, you could maybe just symlink it (but again, be
Yup, I thought about linking other browser's bookmarks but was stumped
at the very first try. I tried opening Konqueror's bookmarks which are
in an xml file (XBEL format?) and Iceweasel complains about the absence
of style information with the xml file!!
Oh, and Iceweasel's import wizard (probably because it is aimed at
Windoze users) does not offer to import Konqueror's bookmarks either.