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Vla Dunev
Occasional Contributor

When right-clicking a favorite submenu the "Add This Page to Favorites" should by default offer to save the new bookmark in the clicked folder, not at the last used location.

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I really like the way it is now and don't want it to change, I've been using the same procedure in Chrome for years and it's more convenient. it'd annoying if it jumps back to the default every time, without any memory of user's action.
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