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syncing safari and Mozilla bookmarks


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I've ended up using both Safari and Mozilla (Moz Firefox actually) for browsing the web. I've read that Safari can import Moz bookmarks. Is there a way to import Safari bookmarks into Mozilla or even better, some way to keep the bookmarks in sync?
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Bumping this up... I haven't really found a way to do this yet and have just been re-adding bookmarks manually as I visit the sites I usually visit. From Apple's site, it looks like Safari only does the import thing on the first startup! Any suggestions?
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I've ended up using both Safari and Mozilla (Moz Firefox actually) for browsing the web. I've read that Safari can import Moz bookmarks. Is there a way to import Safari bookmarks into Mozilla or even better, some way to keep the bookmarks in sync?
I believe that in order to sync Safari bookmarks, you'll need a .Mac account. However, this might help you with importing to Safari: http://www.macosxhints.com/article.p...30108101807733

And the "Safari Bookmark Exporter" here might help with FireFox: http://homepage.mac.com/simx/products.html

I've never tried either of these suggestions, so I can't guarantee that they'll work, but it's worth a shot.

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