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I like using the new Firefox 3, but there is a little thing that annoys me.   When you go to bookmark a page, you get the “Bookmark this page” dialog.  Inside that dialog, there is a folder tree that will display your bookmark folders.  Out of the box, you can only see a little more than handful of folders at time, you have to scroll around to find the folder to use.  If you are as hierarchal-retentive as I am, you can have lots of folders, some nested pretty deep.  I know about the new tags functionality, but I still like to file my bookmarks like a squirrel with his acorns.

The “Bookmark this page” (and the “Page Bookmarked”) dialog isn’t doesn’t have the resize widgets.  You can’t just drag an edge or a corner and resize it with a mouse.  For some reason, it’s size is fixed.  Unless you want to go under the hood and tweak the UI a bit.

There is a file named userChrome.css in the chrome sub folder of the profile folder.  This file lets you override various GUI settings in the Mozilla product line.  It’s doesn’t exists by default, you have to put one in the chrome folder.  A file named userChrome-example.css should exist already in that folder.  All you need to do is to  copy that file to userChrome.css and you are ready to start.

I added the following CSS code to increase the size of the folder tree control that is located in the middle of the dialog.

min-width:400px !important;
min-height:600px !important;

After adding that definition and saving the file, you will need to restart FireFox.  This should work for Firefox 2, but I haven’t tested it there.  I found that little gem right here on the mozillaZine forum.  That will give you a much longer list when you open the folder tree.