problems importing igoogle settings to igHome

  woodenbubbles 09:49 07 Oct 13
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When I follow the instructions to import the settings I get the message "Nothing can be imported from that file at this time" What is the problem?

  Woolwell 10:03 07 Oct 13

igHome cannot use all of the iGoogle gadgets (if any!). When I imported my iGoogle settings I noticed no difference to that which I had already set up.

  woodenbubbles 10:07 07 Oct 13

Thanks Woolwellbut can I not import my bookmarks, if so how?

  Woolwell 10:09 07 Oct 13

Sorry I don't understand about bookmarks. They are not related to iGoogle but to your browser. Which browser are you using?

  woodenbubbles 10:10 07 Oct 13

Google Chrome

  Woolwell 10:11 07 Oct 13

Disregard my last post - the bookmarks are Google bookmarks. I'll look into it. But suspect that it may be related to Chrome.

  Woolwell 10:11 07 Oct 13

Disregard my last post - the bookmarks are Google bookmarks. I'll look into it. But suspect that it may be related to Chrome.

  woodenbubbles 10:12 07 Oct 13

I'm using google chrome.

  Woolwell 10:20 07 Oct 13

I find that if I click on bookmarks on the igHome bar then it gives me very old bookmarks which seem to date from when I had the Google toolbar installed. I find it a bit worrying that they have appeared as I had no idea they were being recorded. Google bookmarks faq - a bit old.

  Woolwell 10:34 07 Oct 13

Do you have a gadget showing your bookmarks in iGoogle?

  woodenbubbles 10:35 07 Oct 13

I am totally cofused now as I have just dicovered that google bookmarks are not compatible with google chrome bookmarks. (whatever that means! ) but if you have any further info in the future please let me know. Thanks

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