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My favorite extra... but it needs to be updated .... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Since version 25 of FireFox i have noticed a series of malfunctions, particular in;
GENERAL BEHAVIOR - Does not register the URL Location Address, but it accepts the name of the new link.
DRAG and DROP - Does not insert the dragged link (TAB) does not work at all.
ADD NEW MARKER - Not working .
( I tried to add new placemark function from within the folder where you want to place the new bookmark, NOTHING worked.
and also i've tried in several ways possible, and nothing seems to respond properly. )
MANAGE FOLDERs and ADD NEW MARKER - Using the method of manually adding a new bookmark, and copy/paste the fields manually, and also nothing worked ...
I've try to disable all my other extras to see if there was some kind of incompactibilidade between extras, but there was no incompatibility...
I think its time for an update ...
But please do not get me wrong , i not demand anything , nor do i have that right.
Grateful for your attention and patience .... Hope for an update to firefox 26 ;)
Hello, and thanks for the review. The issues you raise appear to be general issues with Firefox's Bookmark & History component (aka 'Library'), not Manage Folders (which merely provides additional means of accessing the Bookmarks component).
To see if a the bugs you mention are already being tracked, look for Bookmark & History component bugs, in Firefox's Bugzilla: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?product=Firefox&component=Bookmarks%20%26%20History&resolution=--- . You can file new bugs there as well.
If, however, the issues you raise _only_ exist if Manage Folders is enabled, please raise the issue on the Manage Folders issue tracker: https://code.google.com/p/firefox-managefolders/issues/list , with specific steps to demonstrate the problem.