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Topic # 62337 4-Jun-2010 10:45
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No doubt this will probably get moved to a more appropraite forum but I couldn't figure out where.

Live Bookmarks in firefox: I want a couple of the NZ Herald rss feeds which are given on the site, however firefox seems to want to make a different folder in the toolbar for each of them. Is there a way to combine them all into one?

The only way I can figure out how to do it is to place both of the feeds into another folder, but it doesn't work as well because you then have to select which feed you want to look at in the folder.


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  Reply # 338220 4-Jun-2010 11:13
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Firefox Live Bookmarking isn't like an actual RSS reader.




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  Reply # 338222 4-Jun-2010 11:16
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chiefie: Firefox Live Bookmarking isn't like an actual RSS reader.


I know, I thought there might have been a way to do it or an add-on to make it possible.

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