Google betters bookmarks in Chrome browser beta

Google has introduced a new beta of its Chrome browser for the Mac, fielding a plethora of big improvements in how the software handles bookmarks – which become usable with this release.

Google Chrome 5.0.342.5 has been released to the Dev channel on all platforms. The bookmarks improvement means users can happily add, click, drag, delete and rename their bookmarks.

There are still issues with folders containing “a lot of bookmarks,” the company explains.

“When you open the folder on the bookmarks bar, the list may extend below the bottom of the screen and you won’t be able to access the bookmarks at the bottom. A fix is coming soon. A workaround is to use the bookmark menu in the menu bar.”

Via: ReadWriteWeb

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