Safari Bookmark Problem

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  1. kzz5

    kzz5 New Member

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    Whenever I try to add a bookmark in Safari it automatically makes it a home screen bookmark instead of a normal bookmark. Even if i press "Add Bookmark" it still acts like I pressed "Add to Home Screen".

    I'm running an ipod touch 2g 3.0 jailbreak, nothing major installed just sbsettings, winterboard, cydia etc.
  2. Iamdogmatic

    Iamdogmatic New Member

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    Same problem here

    Did you find a solution to your problem? I am having the same problem.
  3. LssThanThree

    LssThanThree Active Member

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    i've never had this problem but i did hear that 3.0 betas had issues with adding bookmarks
  4. Shaded Light

    Shaded Light Banned

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    did you try pressing the "add to homescreen" option?
  5. Iamdogmatic

    Iamdogmatic New Member

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    Add Bookmarks not working

    Well, My "Add Bookmarks" and "Add to Home Screen" buttons are both adding the bookmarks to the home screen. I want the "Add Bookmarks" button to do what it was intended to do and that is add the bookmark to Safari.
  6. sonofdan

    sonofdan New Member

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    You should do a search first because I found your question first but it was answered two days ago. If you have hidden your mail program with sb settings or categories or whatever it may be, you must have not have it hidden in anyway, it has to be on the main springboard.

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