- di Utente Firefox 16941893, 4 mesi faValutata 1 su 5There's a problem with either this extension or iCloud.
In the settings panel for iCloud for Windows there is a section called Bookmarks.
It defaults to Internet Explorer!
There is an option to select Firefox instead but when I do (& click 'Apply') it tells me that the iCloud Bookmarks extension for Firefox is required.
I am already aware of this & have installed this Firefox iCloud Bookmarks extension previously.
Unfortunately, iCloud for Windows fails to recognise this & therefor It's not possible to set it up.
- di Utente Firefox 14609014, 7 mesi faValutata 1 su 5If I could give this extension a Zero, I would. I'm using iCloud for Windows on Windows 10 Pro. iCloud goes in a never ending loop, demanding that the extension be downloaded and installed and then not working -- so it demands the install be downloaded.
What a colossal waste of time!
I refuse to use Google Chrome (or Microsoft Edge/Chredge), but I cannot find a browser for a Windows machine that will let me Sync the bookmarks between Safari and the browser.
I noticed that the last update for this extension is supposedly 3 years ago.
Why is it still listed by Firefox???
- di sdconrox, 8 mesi faValutata 1 su 5*** BACK UP BOOKMARKS BEFORE INSTALLING ***
Seemed to presume a few things. First, it alphabetized my bookmarks (the ones carefully arranged in a specific order in my toolbar). Then, as I was fixing that, it just started rearranging them and creating duplicates.
I deleted all the changes and restored my backup. Might have been a conflict with Firefox Sync. Alas, we'll never know since Firefox is my primary browser and I trust open source over closed overall. In the end, I disabled iCloud sync in the Windows app and uninstalled the plug-in.