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Member Since: Mar 02, 2009
Location: I am an expat girl living in Thailand
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Hi in windows I could easily right mouse click a bookmark from my bookmark tool bar and get the delete option. I can do that here for the first row of bookmarks but can not for those that are hidden, see the photo of the ones to the right.

Is there a way to delete them without going into organise bookmarks?
and is there a way to reload them?
Thank you!
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