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[quote=Charlie] Only the Cnet Posts is a sub folder (of CNET.) K-Meleon is a stand alone/Parent folder (with no sub folders.) I re-ran the experiment as noted below, except with entirely defferent Favrites folders and achived the same results. Re: Favorites Rename Add Project Posted by: Charlie (IP Logged) Date: August 29, 2007 04:07AM Using the Fav menu in the KM tool bar I click on Favorites and scroll down to "K-Meleon" folder. At the right hand edge of the "K-Meleon" link is the expected arrow indicating that htere are sub folders/links. But the sub folders do not appear. However, I can go to Start > Favorites > K-Meleon and the sub folders/links open/appear as they should. Using the Favorites menu in the KM tool bar, all sub folders/links which were created from the IE browser work as they should. Having to access/open Fav's from the Start menu is not a problem. It just seems kind of strange or unusual. All in all, it seems I'm learning to make KM work for me. And that's great as I love using KM for browsing. ======================================= Then via KM's Favorites, within K-Meleon I create another google.com link and placed in the yet a newly created sub folder I named New Folder. After restarting KM it showed up in KM's Favorties. This New Folder with the google.com link also immedieately shows up in Start > Favorites. It seems that data, for some reason appears to be leaking back and forth (or back [or] forth.) I realize there is alot of speak here that may just sound like "bla-bla" but I hope it makes sense. Charlie[/quote]
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