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Bookmarks in Chrome?

Where are the bookmarks in Chrome? I've googled it and all the advice was along the lines of "click here, here, here, and here" or "add this, this and this." I want to do what I do in FF, just go to one place one time and see all my bookmarks. Lil' help? THX!

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chrom hides it - New!
by gwv2 - 5/29/11 2:56 AM
In Reply to: Bookmarks in Chrome? by chickenfog

Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.Select Tools.Select Always show bookmarks bar. Then it will always be there

To bookmark something, just click the star

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Then it creates a huge bar w/ all my bookmarks?

Maybe I use bookmarks unlike other folks, but I have about 20 of 'em.
I don't want them listed by name in a bar b/c it takes up too much
space! I want a FF-style drop down, one click and I can see all my
favorites. What do people do in Chrome to avoid losing all their
screen space to bookmarks?

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OK, I think I get it now???

So it wastes space by creating one bar, then the bookmarks added
after that come in drop down form. I think it's a lousy design, but
at least now I know how to use it. Thanks for your help!!

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