Can IE8 User collapse Favorites subfolders?

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by BearcatDaddy, May 5, 2009.

  1. BearcatDaddy

    BearcatDaddy Guest

    Has MS 'fixed' the IE7 functional inability to collapse Subfolders w/in
    Folders when viewing "Add to Favorites" in IE8?
    Had to update an old Access db & forms (i.e. Webtrack) to manage
    bookmarks/resources; still contemplating return to IE6.
    Thanks for (possibly) saving me the time of installation...
    BearcatDaddy, May 5, 2009
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  2. No!

    Good luck,

    Donald Anadell
    Donald Anadell, May 5, 2009
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  3. BearcatDaddy

    Disapointed Guest

    Collapse Favorites subfolders in IE8 Do not work just like in IE7. This is a
    big problem for us with a huge favorites library with subfolders in
    subfolders.... It take minutes instead of seconds to add a favorite in the
    right folder. It is really unbelievable that Microsoft not has fixed this
    ether in IE7 or in IE8.
    (The collapse checkbox you can mark do only work then you open favorites,
    NOT then you Add to favorites)
    I do really hope they hav fired the one who made this change from old good
    This problem made me install Firefox and reinstall Internet explorer 6
    again. Is this what Microsoft want? Internet is full of people who hate this
    Microsoft, Please Help us with Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 8
    expanded folders problem!
    Best Regards from me.
    Disapointed, Jun 23, 2009
  4. BearcatDaddy

    Gordon Guest

    I haven't used the "Add Favorites" function for years - I just open the
    Favorites sidebar and drag the location to the folder I want to save it
    in...much easier
    Gordon, Jun 23, 2009
  5. BearcatDaddy


    Jun 9, 2010
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    How to automatically collapse Favorites subfolders in IE

    IE: Tools: Internet Options: Advanced: Settings: Browsing: Close unused folders in History and Favorites*
    anon_lynx, Jun 9, 2010
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