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Chrome Bookmarks on Mac - Lost a Folder

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#1 Bartolo


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Posted 01 April 2014 - 08:09 PM

After finally giving up on my degraded Opera 12, I downloaded Chrome and successfully imported the HTML version of my Opera bookmarks.


When I tried to delete one bookmark from a large folder of bookmarks I highlighted it and hit delete as one can do with most browsers. However, that action deleted the entire folder of bookmarks.


That folder had serveral dozen bookmarks and if possible I would like to recreate it easily.  Is this possible? I see no trash can for bookmarks under Chrome.


Using Chrome 33 on OS X Mavericks.


Assuming I can't recreate, how exactly does one delete single bookmarks from a folder?




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