Using Mozilla 1.1 on Windows 98 SE, I mistakenly installed it in a way that did not pick up my Netscape bookmarks. I then imported them. Mozilla created a default personal toolbar folder (the row of bookmark links below the toolbar). I deleted the links that were there, intending to install my own, but when I deleted the links, the whole personal toolbar folder collapsed and went away. I am now unable to install my own. A very thin line appears when the personal toolbar folder is enabled (via the button widget on the left side where the personal toolbar folder goes), and it appears that I can drag and drop a bookmark onto it, but the bookmark never appears on the bar. I also tried Bookmarks, Manage Bookmarks, select my previous Personal Toolbar Folder imported from Netscape, and then clicked View, Set as New Bookmark Folder. This had no effect that I could discern. I don't know if the problem is reproducible because I can't solve it in order to reproduce it. I haven't found a way to get the personal toolbar folder back so I can test it again. I will probably try some experiments with direct edits of the .html and .js files next, but I will be flying blind with trial and error when I do that. Well, it ain't perfect yet, but you guys have done a terrific job. Thank you for making this happen. Regards, Alan Meyer firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan, can you drag bookmarks into the Personal Toolbar folder through Manage bookmarks? See bug 158710 and bug 88711
Resolving as duplicate based on email from reporter. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 88711 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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