MartinB

Favorites

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Hi,

I have a lot of favorites (too much) - but I don't want to delete them all.

But when I'm starting with Maxthon (= execute Max.) I want to load only a few favorites - and when it is necessary then load some other librarys (containing favorites).

How can I manage this?

Hoping for Your solution (answer)

With regards : Martin

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Press Settings > Favorites > choose Export Favorites > save them as a HTML file
and put it in your Documents Folder > right-click on it and open the file with Maxthon >
and save it in your Mx Browser
Now you got all the OLD ones in one place... Nice and Easy.

Now you can Delete all you other old favorites, in your Browser and rebuild them, you want to use again and again...

This will also make your Browser Upstart a lot faster... :wink:

 

Best Regards Ohke

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Ohke replied at 2015-1-26 08:26 back.gif

Press Settings > Favorites > choose Export Favorites > save them as a HTML file

and put it in your ...

Hi,

and thanks fo Your solution - Yes I'll do it on this way!

With best regards : Martin

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Then you maybe also need this free program, to sort your old favorites...

AM-DeadLink ~ Software to detect dead links in browser bookmarks and HTML files. Download the FavIcons too.
http://www.aignes.com/deadlink.htm

AM-DeadLink detects dead links and duplicates in browser bookmarks and text files.
If a bookmark has become unavailable you can verify and delete it permanently.

Additionally you can download FavIcons for all your Favorites and Bookmarks. AM-DeadLink is Freeware!

Best Regards Ohke

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Ohke replied at 2015-1-27 18:19 back.gif

Then you maybe also need this free program, to sort your old favorites...

• AM-DeadLink ~ Software ...

Or you can simply check status right in the Maxthon in the function Update site icon (from Favorites menu):

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Dev CZ replied at 2015-1-27 19:53 back.gif

Or you can simply check status right in the Maxthon in the function Update site icon (from Favorit ...

it used to be a very convenient tool until they removed the ability to delete the obsolete entries from this window (don't remember when it happened? maybe maxthon 3 ?).

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Very interesting - and there is no possibilty to delete the obsolete entries?????? no trick?

maybe somebody has an idea!

With regards: Martin

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Open Notes-block and AM-DeadLink, side by side, on your Desktop...

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Run AM-DeadLink with your Old Favorites HTLM file in one side

and the same file with Notes-block (=for Edit). Or another HTML file editor, an Office program or a Browser.

AM-DeadLink CAN remove dead links, in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Google Chrome.

But not in a HTML file... (0.o)

Thats why you must have 2 programs open on the same file. AM-DeadLink and Notesblock.

Find a dead link in AM-DeadLink, Copy the URL to clipboard... (=memory)

Press CTRL+B in Notes-block (=Search) and Paste the URL into the small Search window

Find next... = press the button in Notes-block

And delete the dead link URL line in Notes-block. (=Edit)

When ALL dead links is gone in Notesblock and your finish with edit in the HTML file,

press CTRL+S in Notes-block and make sure it's saved in a .HTML file name...

Then it's just Import / Save Bookmark, of the new edit HTML file, to your Maxthon Browser.

Best Regards Ohke

P.S: Big Thanks to Dev CZ and Odyssee for good Info. and help...

(~'~,)

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