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how to delete a bookmark from firefox?


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on my pc, I could right click and delete, if I r-click on my MacBook, it simply pulls the page I want to get rid of up...????

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You have to go into "Organize Bookmarks..." find the page and right click and delete.

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Thanks man, a bit different, but easy nonetheless
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Hover your pointer over the bookmark in the Bookmarks menu and hit the Delete key.

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It works for me on a MBP. Snow Leopard installed. Latest version of Firefox - 3.5.something. Make sure that your computer can actually right click the way you want it to - one way is to hold control and click for a right-click, and the other way usually has to be enabled in system preferences, except maybe on the unibody ones - you hold 2 fingers on the trackpad while clicking. The last one is my preferred method.


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