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Hey peoples...

anyone running the Chrome dev. found a way to delete bookmarks that are stored in a folder yet? Or even better, where Chrome stores it's bookmarks.

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I'm not exactly sure so I'm speculating here. Try ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default. I think the file simply called "Bookmarks" is what you're looking for. If you open that file in TextEdit (or some other editor), it appears that they are stored in JSON format.

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I love you too thehappyhitman...there's enough love to go around =p
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