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Topic # 90226 16-Sep-2011 20:30
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Ive bookmarked a few web pages on my galaxy ace, however while in the internet app I can not find any options to open these bookmarks, am I missing something here?  Have also trawled google and not found anything regarding this, so possibly it might be me?  But ive been through every single menu in the app and not found anything which shows the bookmarks.

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  Reply # 522136 16-Sep-2011 20:31
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When in browser, hit menu. small faded flag with star in it right side of address bar = bookmark lookup

Touch it.. rejoice

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  Reply # 522138 16-Sep-2011 20:34
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that worked, many thanks.  I dont know how I missed it


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  Reply # 522157 16-Sep-2011 21:23
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gareth41: that worked, many thanks.  I dont know how I missed it

Yeah...many of the stock browser implementations work like this. It's a puzzle until you work it out. :-)

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  Reply # 522887 19-Sep-2011 09:34
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What is my browser, and please where can I find my bookmarks, I am desperate.

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