I have approx. 4000 bookmarks as an html-file. When I imported them into Eaglefiler, the verification worked quite well and, of course, took a lot of time. However, at one point my internet connection failed, and Eaglefiler went on verifying the URLs. The result was Eaglefiler telling me that a lot of regular URLs could not be found.
My first question, then, would be this: Is there some way to pause the import process and start it again, once the internet connection is working again?
So, after half of the bookmarks had already been imported, I aborted the import. Then deleted all the already imported bookmarks, so I could start afresh. Yet somehow Eaglefiler seems to remember these bookmarks. Now every time I try again to import the html-file (or another, newly generated html-file with the same contents) Eaglefiler tells me that the bookmarks are already in the library.
My second question is: How can I re-import a file when the original import was aborted halfway through?
Thanks a lot in advance for your help!