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Of course, I can see my local Ever Sync bookmarks backups by clicking the Backups tab. They are said to be 'local' but I cannot find them on my PC. yea I found the exact folder by looking at the "created" time stamp and comparing to the backup log in the browser extension. I have tried for weeks now - but think I am giving up, after finally losing at least 1/3rd of my dials due to the constant trying. I can however find the bookmarks backups that Firefox makes automatically, but they are different, and are stored in Profiles. The important thing is that it's in the profile folder, so when I use Moz Backup to backup my Firefox settings, the Eversync backups will be included. The built-in Firefox sync is better imo, it's faster and and uses less resources, so I turn it off in ES. That makes speed dial obsolete if it cannot be stable or trusted with my dials and bookmarks. As always the under-resourced Ever Sync team, who should be putting a clear explanation up for everyone to read, is not doing so. Same for syncing with chrome or opera - it does NOT sync , leaving me with 3 different setups at this point: one in FF, one in Chrome and one in Opera - none reflects my hirachie/order of groups, or the number of dials. So I found the exact folder: C:\Users\App Data\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\storage\default\moz-extension 653ad1e0-2b4c-4240-975e-95b7ea437fdc\idb1751663645-3ca4db12e-0.files Search for %appdata% and you find the folder, but inside it there is nothing visibly related to Ever Sync, Ever Helper, Nimbus, or FVD. Dials are OK on the majority, but just til the point where it spins itself endless. there is a discrepancy between the same group name online backup and the actual number of groups is always different. I use ES only for the frequent auto backups, nothing else. it does not really work properly anymore since 61.0.1 FF version. I cannot even make a true comparison, since it spits out on each browser its own, random arrangements of groups as well as bookmarks. Well you want me to send my database - first I need to know "which" one since nothing ever synced properly, I have FVD in Firefox, also in Chrome, and in Opera. But I see in each browser very different numbers for both L: the Speed Dials as well as the bookmarks. Half of them never sync but then simply showing a "0" in a group because it never finishes. Sorry - I still think visually it is the best out there on the market, and while it worked, it was fantastic. And at this point, all I want is to SEPARATE my Bookmarks and not to be handled at all by FVD. I will handle them myself after I have duplicates deleted. Because, it tripled my bookmarks - for some insane reason - in Firefox. Tonight I opened Opera, and eversync blinked for the bookmarks. It took exactly 2: 45 hours until it finally stopped. I will do just fine with the default of each browser handling the bookmarks. I now have over 130 thousand bookmarks showing in Opera. Have done this since 1993 - I should be certainly capable of handling bookmarks that should not be more than what I had "before" FVD started handling them for me. Since everything would be deleted if I uninstall FVD - I have no choice but to ask here how can I separate my bookmarks. I tried downloading, well it never finishes of course because of the insane amount that is now in my Opera browser. I have to take that one, simply because there is now no way of knowing which browser actually would hold the correct ones. Thank you After you delete duplicates, give us your accout login. Also after your delete bookmarks you can export your database from our servers to local file on your PC. Of course, I can see my local Ever Sync bookmarks backups by clicking the Backups tab. They are said to be 'local' but I cannot find them on my PC. yea I found the exact folder by looking at the "created" time stamp and comparing to the backup log in the browser extension. I have tried for weeks now - but think I am giving up, after finally losing at least 1/3rd of my dials due to the constant trying. I can however find the bookmarks backups that Firefox makes automatically, but they are different, and are stored in Profiles. The important thing is that it's in the profile folder, so when I use Moz Backup to backup my Firefox settings, the Eversync backups will be included. The built-in Firefox sync is better imo, it's faster and and uses less resources, so I turn it off in ES. That makes speed dial obsolete if it cannot be stable or trusted with my dials and bookmarks. As always the under-resourced Ever Sync team, who should be putting a clear explanation up for everyone to read, is not doing so. Same for syncing with chrome or opera - it does NOT sync , leaving me with 3 different setups at this point: one in FF, one in Chrome and one in Opera - none reflects my hirachie/order of groups, or the number of dials. So I found the exact folder: C:\Users\App Data\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\storage\default\moz-extension 653ad1e0-2b4c-4240-975e-95b7ea437fdc\idb1751663645-3ca4db12e-0.files Search for %appdata% and you find the folder, but inside it there is nothing visibly related to Ever Sync, Ever Helper, Nimbus, or FVD. Dials are OK on the majority, but just til the point where it spins itself endless. there is a discrepancy between the same group name online backup and the actual number of groups is always different. I use ES only for the frequent auto backups, nothing else. it does not really work properly anymore since 61.0.1 FF version. I cannot even make a true comparison, since it spits out on each browser its own, random arrangements of groups as well as bookmarks. Well you want me to send my database - first I need to know "which" one since nothing ever synced properly, I have FVD in Firefox, also in Chrome, and in Opera. But I see in each browser very different numbers for both L: the Speed Dials as well as the bookmarks. Half of them never sync but then simply showing a "0" in a group because it never finishes. Sorry - I still think visually it is the best out there on the market, and while it worked, it was fantastic. And at this point, all I want is to SEPARATE my Bookmarks and not to be handled at all by FVD. I will handle them myself after I have duplicates deleted. Because, it tripled my bookmarks - for some insane reason - in Firefox. Tonight I opened Opera, and eversync blinked for the bookmarks. It took exactly 2: 45 hours until it finally stopped. I will do just fine with the default of each browser handling the bookmarks. I now have over 130 thousand bookmarks showing in Opera. Have done this since 1993 - I should be certainly capable of handling bookmarks that should not be more than what I had "before" FVD started handling them for me. Since everything would be deleted if I uninstall FVD - I have no choice but to ask here how can I separate my bookmarks. I tried downloading, well it never finishes of course because of the insane amount that is now in my Opera browser. I have to take that one, simply because there is now no way of knowing which browser actually would hold the correct ones. Thank you After you delete duplicates, give us your accout login. Also after your delete bookmarks you can export your database from our servers to local file on your PC.

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