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When BookmarkBridge merges bookmarks I see the message "htmlParseEntityRef:."

This is caused when BookmarkBridge reads Mozilla's bookmark file. If any of your bookmarks contains an ampersand (a &), you will see this message. This message is a compliance warning from BookmarkBridge's parser. It is perfectly safe to ignore.

When I click the Add button, I get the message "All available browsers have already been selected as a browser."

See the next question.

BookmarkBridge didn't detect a browser on my system. How do I manually add it?

To add a browser to BookmarkBridge, follow these steps:
  1. Click on the Settings button in BookmarkBridge's main screen
  2. In the BookmarkBridge Settings window, click the Add button
  3. Highlight the browser you want to add and click Ok
  4. Back in the BookmarkBridge Settings window, highlight the browser and click the Browse button
  5. Select the location of the bookmarks file for the browser and click Open or Ok
  6. Back in the BookmarkBridge Settings window, click Ok
  7. You may now click the Add buttons to add the new browser as a source and/or destination
I see the message "checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 2.2.2) (headers and libraries) not found. Please check your installation!" when compiling on Linux. How do I fix it?

This message is shown when the configure script cannot locate your Qt installation. Normally, it should be able to find it but sometimes it needs a little help. You can manually specify the location of the Qt libraries with the following command:
configure --with-qt-dir=/usr/lib/qt2
In this case,
is the directory where configure can expect to find the include directory and lib directory for Qt. If this still does not work, try adding
to the command line for configure.

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