"Hidden" bookmarks in Lotus Notes  Release 5.05

Posted on 2003-03-12
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Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Some of my clients have a problem with their bookmarks. When they add a bookmark from a database and place it in the vertical bar on the left side of their Notes Client. The Bookmarks seem to be hidden, only when you place your cursor on them you are able to see the text tag of the bookmark. You can also click the bookmark and it will open the database, but it's very annoying. I've tried deleting the file bookmark.nsf, but when notes reboots and after adding the bookmarks again the problem persists.
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justintx earned 375 total points
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I've had the same problem.  Have you tried opening bookmark.nsf and rebuilding all the views?  You can do this by hitting CTRL-SHIFT-F9.  That may take care of the problem...

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This seems to work

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