It does not show the folder where the bookmark is contained. I tried the following, as suggested by aaFn: ______________________________________ - When you search, a new panel opens with the list of matching bookmark items. - Then click on the one you want to show and the main panel will scroll down to show the corresponding item in the real list, with its sibblings around and ancestors above. - If the list of sibblings is big and you do not see the parent folder, simply right click on the bookmark item and select "Go parent folder". ______________________________________ Result: I don't know what the "main panel" is but the location is not shown anywhere. Right clicking on the bookmark does not show "Go parent folder" either.
Hello Firefoss, if you do not see the "Go parent folder" on right click, that can only mean that you are not using the BSP2 add-on sidebar = you are probably on the native FF bookmark sidebar. You need to switch to the BSP2 one.
You should see at top right a yellow star with a +, inside in the toolbar -> click on it to see BSP2 sidebar appears / disappear
When you are on the BSP2 sidebar (not on the FF native sidebar), If you still do not see the "Go parent folder" action on right click, please open an issue on https://github.com/aaFn/Bookmark-search-plus-2/issues so that we investigate (which FF version do you have, which OS, a screenshot of the BSP2 sidebar if possible with the right click menu open .. etc ..).