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I haven't visited in awhile, please forgive.
 
I have googled and searched the faqs but the answer is not revealing itself to me.
 
I CAN find my existing bookmarks list.
 
I want to bookmark another article so that it will be in my bookmarks list.
 
I can't find where to do that on the article's page. Where did it go?
 
Thanks for your help!
 

Suzanne.
Posted 14-Feb-13 5:24am
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Solution 1

Hi,
 
I think that's a bug, because it's reported here:
http://www.codeproject.com/Messages/4495589/Theme-broken-images.aspx[^]
 
[EDIT]
 
The bug is fixed now. I'm able to see the bookmark icon.
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Solution 2

When I look at an article[^] I see the bookmark button, just a little way down on the right of the page. Do you see it or not?
 
BTW are you Tracy Gagnon ex STK?
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ProgramFOX at 14-Feb-13 11:45am
   
Now I'm also able to see the bookmark icon. I think the bug is fixed.
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Solution 3

HI,
 
You can see the bookmark icon in the "About article" section in the right side of the article. Just go and click on the bookmark icon to bookmark the article. This will result in saving the article too...
 
Thanks
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jjholt at 6-Dec-14 23:28pm
   
I'm trying to figure out how to bookmark an article - but I can't see any "About article" section. Has it changed, how do I do it? Thanks.
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Solution 4

Hi-
It is at the top right of the page, just under the search box, to the left of the print icon.
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Richard MacCutchan at 8-Dec-14 8:54am
   
And it took you nearly two years to find it? :)
stgagnon at 8-Dec-14 9:11am
   
I've been busy. ;)
 
By the way, I am not Tracy. But if I meet anyone named Tracy Gagnon I will send them your way, in a couple of years.
Richard MacCutchan at 8-Dec-14 9:24am
   
Depends where you are. Last I heard of Tracy (10 years ago) she was in the Boulder, CO area.

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