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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; de; rv:220.127.116.11) Gecko/20091221 Firefox/3.0.5, Ant.com Toolbar 1.1 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729) Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; de; rv:18.104.22.168) Gecko/20091221 Firefox/3.0.5, Ant.com Toolbar 1.1 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729) After opening the "Library" page with Bookmarks\Organize Bookmarks it is possible to organize bookmarks by dragging them from the list on the right side into a folder in the treeview at the left side. This will result in a move of the bookmark, which is as expected. But if any string is entered in the "Search Bookmarks" field in the top right corner, to filter the list of displayed bookmarks, then it is no more possible to MOVE the bookmarks by dragging. Dragging will lead to a COPY of the bookmark. In this case it should also be possible to MOVE bookmarks by dragging (e.g. using the Ctrl-Key, Shift-Key,... while dragging). This would enhance organizing bookmarks a lot. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Open the "Library" page with Bookmarks\Organize Bookmarks 2. Enter any string in the "Search Bookmarks" field in the top right corner, so that bookmarks are listed. 3. Drag a bookmark to a folder in the treeview at the left side. Actual Results: This will create a copy of the bookmark. Expected Results: The result is o.k., but it seems that is is not possible to override this behaviour using the Ctrl, Shift or Alt-Key (or any other method) to get a move of the bookmark. It should also be possible to MOVE bookmarks by dragging (e.g. using the Ctrl-Key, Shift-Key,... while dragging).
yes, searches are considered read-only so a copy is forced, it should probably be possible to still allow d&d of a real bookmark it it comes out of a query, that would make the code a bit more complex probably, forcing a query refresh and losing a bunch of things. But probably that would make also the experience a bit confusing since once moving i expect something to disappear from here and appear there, with a query that would not happen. One could add a "open containing folder" option and go to the parent, but it's clearly not a nice experience to move more than 1 bookmark. btw, confirming the enh request.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Summary: Bookmarks can not be moved (only copied) by dragging when "Search Bookmarks" is active → Bookmarks can not be moved (only copied) by dragging from a bookmarks search
I really wish this was a higher priority. It gets incredibly frustrating. This is exacerbated by the fact that the search list doesn't show the bookmarks current location, so you first have to open the link, then click on the blue star, and only then can you move it. Plus, the very limited navigation of locations in the drop down means it's often easier to then go find the bookmark manually in the sidebar (once the location is known) and then move it. Since otherwise you have to open a dialog to get full access to all the possible folders you have. I didn't used to have to worry about this, since the combination of the All-in-one sidebar and add bookmark here 2 extensions gave me the ability to manage my bookmarks much more easily. Unfortunately the new extension format killed off both of those.
This bug and most of the bugs marked as duplicates of it involve drag-and-drop. There is also a somewhat separate and newer issue which was touched on in bug #1494886, but wasn't elaborated on. Cutting and pasting a bookmark from the search results (i.e., by using Ctrl+X, then Ctrl+V) would correctly move the bookmark in 57.0.4 (I tested 20180103231032) and for many versions previous (I know it worked at least since late 2015). By 58.0b3 (I tested 20171114032831), the same action results in a copy. This behavior still exists in 64.0a1 20181021100205. Example steps to reproduce: 1. Open the bookmark library (the one that can be accessed with Ctrl+Shift+B) 2. Add a bookmark to "Other Bookmarks" 3. Search for the bookmark that was just created by using the "Search Bookmarks" field at the top-right 4. Cut the bookmark shown in the results (by Ctrl+X or by the "Cut" option in the menu) 5. Select the "Bookmarks Menu" folder from the tree on the left 6. Paste the bookmark (by Ctrl+V or by the "Paste" option in the menu) Expected results: The bookmark should have been moved into the "Bookmarks Menu" folder. Actual results: The bookmark has been copied and now exists in "Other Bookmarks" and "Bookmarks Menu".
Assignee: nobody → mihir17166
Attachment #9067628 - Attachment description: Bug 543314 - Bookmarks can not be moved (only copied) by dragging from a bookmarks search. r?Standard8 → Bug 543314 - Allow bookmarks to be moved (as well as copied) from a bookmarks search. r?Standard8
Pushed by email@example.com: https://hg.mozilla.org/integration/autoland/rev/23597b843a4b Allow bookmarks to be moved (as well as copied) from a bookmarks search. r=Standard8
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