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So, I'm switching from Safari to Firefox on my Mac, but when I go to import my bookmarks and stuff, there's no option for Safari in the menu. Does anybody know of an easy way to do this?



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I had the same issue, but I couldn't find a solution other than creating a new bookmark list from scratch. This is one reason why I haven't completely switched yet.



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Googling led me to this page where the author had the same problem, and they found a solution in Safari Bookmarks Extractor. I can't test that it still works with version changes in both, but it probably does. Once you have your extracted bookmarks, you just use Manage Bookmarks -> File -> Import -> From File.



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