From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.0.0) Gecko/20020618 BuildID: While reading the GNU GCC Internals Manual online, I thought of a neat little feature. Being quite a long manual, I needed to come back to it often after shutting down my laptop. The bookmarks are too permanent to use to keep track of where I left off, and the history doesn't help because I browse ahead a lot. What I think would be neat is something called a "placeholder". Not quite a bookmark, which is pretty much permanent or modified via edit bookmarks. But this could be a couple of icons on the toolbar or in a menu where it just keeps track of where you left off. Click one and it takes you back to where you left off, click the other one and it saves you're current location. This would be like "quick save" in "Return to Castle Wolfenstein" and bookmarks are the "save as". You can have several bookmarks but only one placeholder. If you are really innovative, you might come up with a way to have several placeholders. To really make this complete, have the placeholder save the scrolled info too. What do you guys think? Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.RFE 2.RFE 3.Fix this page so that RFE's don't need this.
See bug 159716, bug 103118 Dupe to one of these if you agree.
recommand wontfix all you need is to create a temporary folder in your personal bar and drag the site icon in the location [address] bar to that folder to make a bookmark.
please help kill the keyword "[RFE]"
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 159716 ***
*** Bug 349168 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***