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Old 11-26-2004, 01:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Changing order of bookmarks?

Is there anyway to change the order that the bookmarks show up on the 7100?

Anyone else find it extremely annoying that our OWN bookmarks are sifted to the bottom AND that we have to expand the directory every time? T-mobile's default bookmarks are totally worthless and bandwidth hogs.

thanks for the help!
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On the 7280, you can highlight a bookmark and press the trackwheel to get options like "Move Bookmark Up" and "Move Bookmark Down".

I don't know if these options are also available on the 7100, but why wouldn't they be?
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that option isn't available. I think this really makes the browser a pain to use. Not that its even that good of a browser.

Anyone have any suggestions for alternate browsers that actually support some reasonable CSS and stylesheets?
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