Internet Explorer Favorites Dropdown list

  douglas1973 19:38 21 May 05
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When I select the Favorites menu in Internet Explorer I want to automatically see all the folders that I have created rather than having to always click the downward pointing chevron. How can I configure it to always show the complete list?

  mattyc_92 21:46 21 May 05

I don't think you can

  Taff36 23:23 21 May 05

Mine always shows the complete list but I don`t know why. How many folders have you got? Perhaps there`s a limit.

  Taff36 23:25 21 May 05

I have 24 URL`s and folders in the first list, obviously each folder has a right horizontally pointing arrow to read it`s contents.

  Sans le Sou 23:34 21 May 05

Have you got "enable personalised favourites menus" checked in internet options.

tools/internet options/advanced

  douglas1973 00:22 22 May 05

I have the "Enable Personalised Favorites Menu" ticked. Makes no difference.
I am pretty sure that sometime in some magazine I saw a way of configuring the Favorites menu as I want but heaven knows where and when.

  douglas1973 00:25 22 May 05

I have about 70 folders in Favorites. Yes, a lot, but I use the majority quite frequently and I like to be organised!

  jimmer409® 08:22 22 May 05

the best way i can see to overcome this is to put your most often used in the links folder, if this is of no help, google it

  Taff36 08:25 22 May 05

Which Operating system are you using?

  VoG II 08:28 22 May 05

UNTICK Enable Personalised Favorites, as Sans le Sou said.

  douglas1973 10:58 22 May 05

Thanks VoG™. It worked! Sans le Sou asked if I had got "enable personalised favourites menus" checked in internet options. I thought that by this he was indicating that I should have it checked and as it was checked I concluded that it was not the solution to my problem. Sorry, both of you, but just make allowances for my adavanced age.

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