- Rated 1 out of 5by Cyberknight, 3 months agoBad design. It might be useful to someone with just a dozen bookmarks. I have thousands! It took the extension a very long time to produce a huge list, without collapsable folders or anything, so, it was basically unusable.
- Rated 1 out of 5by aaFn, 6 years agoDoes not work for me.
All I have when I click on the button is a small empty rectangular area appearing just below the button.
Nothing in it.
- looks like I cannot answer to the answer .. :-) So editing my review to answer the question ... -
This is Firefox 57.0.2
There should be only the "Most visited" folder for now, and then a number of bookmars in that one. That folder and its contents do not appear in the button panel.
I tried adding a bookmark in the personal toolbar = it showed in the button panel, but again no "Most visited" piece ..
Is that normal ??
I looked at the browser console (Ctrl+Shitf+J), but nothing meaningful that seems related to that add-on.
- It seems you can use https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Add-ons/WebExtensions/API/topSites to get what is behind that "folder" ..What version of Firefox are you using? How many items are actually on your toolbar and should appear? Do you know how to check the Browser Console for errors that might be relevant to this?
Edit: It would be much easier if you used my website to contact me. But what you describe is normal. There is currently no way for extensions to interact with live bookmarks like the "Most Visited" folder, so there is no point in showing it, as I can't get the contents.
- Rated 1 out of 5by David Vanderschel, 6 years agoDoes not work for me. What I have on my bookmark toolbar is a bunch of folders. I want to be able to drill down into the folder I choose. It expands all of them, which makes the resulting list way too long. Whether or not it expands folders should be configurable.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 12918243, 6 years agoWhat is the advantage of this add-ons compared with the built-in firefox bookmarks button menu ?This shows just the bookmarks from the toolbar. So in that sense it is supposed to be a more compact version of the toolbar, and not replace the button you refer to.