New answers tagged bookmarks
I believe iBooks will load up and view PDFs and if you are signed into iCloud on all devices the last read page should sync between devices. I stand corrected this does not seem to work, grrrr... I thought I remembered it working, sorry. I have no other suggestions other than to try other PDF readers on the app store. You might also want to ask the hive ...
I too miss that, I actually use Chrome at the moment, and it was one of the big things I missed. Unfortunately there is no way to recover this behaviour, Safari is a much faster browser option on OS X than Chrome or Firefox at the moment. I choose to use Chrome still, but you might just get used to it...
if you look for safari bookmarks duplicate cleaner and bookmark keeping- here is a great app for it: https://itunes.apple.com/app/bookmarks-duplicates-cleaner/id984977589?mt=12&ls=1 website: http://appssalon.de/bookmarks-duplicates-cleaner“
Alternatively, if you don't want to add more apps to your devices, you can use Pinterest for an easy bookmark storage location that you can access from any device, any browser. I save by pinning, you can make boards secret, and when working on a collaborative project, invite others to pin to it. No need to mess with your device or app or browser settings. ...
In Safari 8 the accepted answer no longer seems to work as history isn't within the bookmarks any more. Instead, there are options in the History menu to show and edit history. As pointed out in a comment above by Loïc Wolff you can use the keyboard combination Opt+Cmd+2 to show history and a search field is available at the bottom right.
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