June 22, 2005 12:19AM
edited January 2014
Is there a way to print out a list of your Safari Bookmarks? I've been backing up my computer because I am going to replace the hard drive and would like to keep my list of bookmarks. Thanks!
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June 22, 2005 12:33AM
Why don't you export your bookmarks to a file and import them onto your new OSX install after you've replaced your hard drive?
When you export the bookmarks (from the 'file' menu in Safari) they are saved as an html file. Understandably, printing this file won't let you see the URLs. You could change the file extension to .txt and print the resulting file. It's a bit messy looking but you'll be able to see both the URL and the names that you chose for the bookmarks.
This is an excerpt of what it would look like:
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June 23, 2005 12:42AM
What audiopollution said, although there's no need to change the extension. Just drag and drop the html file onto text edit or some other text editor, or choose "open" under the "file" menu in text edit or other, and select the html file. Text edit will open it regardless of the extension.