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Does anyone know how we could search for our lists in Google Bookmarks?

Like say if I have a list called "Internet", if I search for "Internet" in the search box, not only my lists will be returned as results. It will even return results from other people's bookmarks (which I'm apparently not interested in).

So is there a way to limit this search to only my account? Or is there anyway to do it altogether?

Right now i will go to My Lists and hit ctl+f . But since i've like 5 pages of lists, this slowly becoems annoying

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closed as too localized by Al E., Barry Dec 2 '11 at 8:01

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As they're removing Lists in Google Bookmarks in a couple of weeks, this is probably a moot question. –  Al E. Nov 27 '11 at 15:17
@AlEverett uh ok, you may wanna post that as answer –  Pacerier Nov 28 '11 at 2:01

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Do you just want to search for a list title? If so, go to My Lists, hit ctl+f and use the browsers search function to search for the text on the page.

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that's what i'm doing, but since i have 5 pages of list.. its pretty troublesome (since there's no way to order it by alphabetical order) –  Pacerier Jun 16 '11 at 15:00

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