It's very good that the problem is found and it's getting fixed. It would probably help a
whole of of people and different applications.
It's still probably very silly to use a SQL database to store bookmarks, even if it's a very
light database engine. Seems like a bunch of people need to be smacked by a cluebat that a
lightly formatted flat text file is superior (simplier/faster) to a SQL database for most
things that people need a database for... (ie: storing small amounts of editable data in a
file on a filesystem)
Personally I liked the bookmarks.html. Makes it very easy to backup my bookmarks and use them
with/in other programs.
Ever used bookmarks.html as a home page?