Firefox live bookmarks not updating Web sexy iran
Many Firefox bugs will either be filed here or in the Core product.Bugs for developer tools (F12) should be filed in the Dev Tools product.Favicons DELETE FROM favicons WHERE id IN ( SELECT icon_id FROM icon_mapping WHERE page_url LIKE '%localhost:%' ); DELETE FROM favicon_bitmaps WHERE icon_id IN ( SELECT icon_id FROM icon_mapping WHERE page_url LIKE '%localhost:%' ); DELETE FROM icon_mapping WHERE page_url LIKE '%localhost:%' ; Actually all you need is to browse to com/and you will see the cached old icon, click refresh (ctrl R) or (ctrl F5) and you will see the new one. Looked through suggestions to change “stuck” favicons in my bookmarks bar.
If Places got pulled months ago, will it be reinstated in the trunk builds after Firefox 2?It took me 5 minutes to fix the problem that had been bugging me for months – and that’s including deleting the extension after use!Testresults: In all likelihood the 'Favicons' file located in "C:\Users(User name)\App Data\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default" will show a file size much lower (~20-30k) than the one you saved into the exported file folder. Just remember to check the file size of the default 'Favicons' file every once in awhile, especially after adding new bookmarked webpages. For ease of recovering future lost icons add these two file locations to the Windows explorer's Favorites bar: a) 'Chrome bookmarks' b) "C:\Users(User name)\App Data\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default" PS in future use a browser history cleaner utility i.e. Avoid using chrome's History cleaning feature I solved this on my machine going into chrome config data and deleting a file called "Local State". On Linux this file lives at: /home/(User name)/.config/google-chrome/ I think on windows this is C:\Users(User name)\App Data\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\ (at least on my Windows 7 box it is).How about putting something in the Options menu that looks something like this: Automatically reload Live Bookmarks: [X] On Firefox startup then every [x] minutes "Let's solve our bugs by having preferences that users have no idea how to set" is pretty much the exact opposite of Firefox.About the only way you could get farther away from Firefox's style would be to suggest a modal dialog explaining it the first time a live bookmark loads.