Bookmarks are now sorted.?

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Bookmarks are now sorted.?

Unread postby Uppity » Mon, 27 Aug 2018, 04:17

I have 3 RSS folders on the Bookmarks Tool Bar.
I just noticed that the bookmarks are sorted via the Bookmarks manager.

I now have to hunt and peck to find my favorite bookmarks.

I do not recall this being the case, before.

If so, is there a way to revert this feature.?
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Re: Bookmarks are now sorted.?

Unread postby Uppity » Wed, 12 Sep 2018, 20:29

I restored the old profile and found bookmarks had returned to their original place.

So, the new profile in Mint 17.3 resulted in bookmarks appearing in a random sort order.
They are not sorted in Mint 19 and remain where I put them.

I restored earlier bookmarks via FEBE, but had the same result - random sort order.
Linux Mint 17.3, Cinnamon, Pale Moon 28.0.1 (x64)
Linux Mint 19.0, Cinnamon, Pale Moon 28.0.1 (x64)
Dell Inspiron 15z Inspiron 5523, 6 GB Memory, Intel® Core™ i3-3217U,
Intel 7 Series/C210 Audio. Windows is gone.

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Re: Bookmarks are now sorted.?

Unread postby back2themoon » Wed, 12 Sep 2018, 21:51

Perhaps related to this.
Safe Mode / clean profile info: Menu/Help/Restart in Safe Mode
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Re: Bookmarks are now sorted.?

Unread postby Uppity » Thu, 13 Sep 2018, 21:29

Hi, back2themoon.

Apparently, something in the profile is operating on

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places.sqlite
file, which is shown as an 'Unknown' file type. I do not know if that is normal, but I would think such a file type would be known.

Only

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places.sqlite-wal
is showing a file type, as 'Binary'.

Something has changed, but I do not know what or where.
I would suspect something in Pale Moon 28.0.1 has changed, as this is a first, for me.

Thanks for that link.
Linux Mint 17.3, Cinnamon, Pale Moon 28.0.1 (x64)
Linux Mint 19.0, Cinnamon, Pale Moon 28.0.1 (x64)
Dell Inspiron 15z Inspiron 5523, 6 GB Memory, Intel® Core™ i3-3217U,
Intel 7 Series/C210 Audio. Windows is gone.


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