Help for the Bookmarks Preferences Panel
This preferences panel allows you to configure how the bookmarks
menu and dialog panel operates. The Bookmarks menu is on all
browser windows and allows you to add the current page to your
bookmarks file, pop up the bookmarks dialog panel, and also can
provide a shortcut to following your bookmarks.
- Bookmark Headers
- In the listbox containing your bookmarks, if the selected line is
not a header, then normally collapsing that line does nothing. When
Collapse Aggressively is enabled, collapsing a non-header
line actually collapses it's parent header.
- Add Current Page
- Controls where new pages are added to your bookmarks file. New
pages can be added either to the beginning or end of your bookmarks,
at the top level. By choosing As Selection's Child or
Sibling, they can also be added relative to the currently
selected line. If the selected line is a header, the page will be
added as a child of that header. If the selected line is not a
header, it will be added as a sibling of the line.
The "Details" dialog for a new entry can be opened automatically as
well; this is useful if you want a reminder to entry a useful comment
about why you bookmarked the page to begin with.
- Bookmarks Dialog
- The number of buttons at the bottom of the bookmarks dialog can
be reduced for expert users.
- Browser's Pulldown Menu
- Controls whether your bookmarks entries are added to the
browser's Bookmarks pulldown menu. Users who have a very
large or flat bookmarks file may want to disable this preference.