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    Can I import my favorites from a Windows-based computer to a Macbook ?

    Hi All,
    I'm pretty sure this question has been asked before, but my search was unsuccessful, so please excuse my clumsiness.
    So, is it possible to import my favorites, and if so, what is the procedure? I remember doing it many years ago but that was from Windows to Windows, and I can't remember how I did it anyway.
    Thanks a lot in advance.

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    Can I import my favorites from aWindows-based computer to a Macbook ?

    > So, is it possible to import my favorites, and if so, what is the
    > procedure? I remember doing it many years ago but that was from Windows
    > to Windows, and I can't remember how I did it anyway.


    Yes, it's called favorites.opml, and you'd find it in your prefs or
    playlist folder (see Settings/Information)

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    Thanks

    Thanks Michael for the prompt reply.
    One more thing, where do I drop the opml file in my MacBook?
    Last edited by Sir G; 2019-06-10 at 05:50.

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    Can I import my favorites from aWindows-based computer to a Macbook ?

    > One more thing, where do I drop the opal file in my MacBook?

    Just search for those files on your Mac, and replace them. Again: go to
    Settings/Information to find the folder paths.

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    Done

    Thanks Michael, it works now. I am new to the Mac and it took me a little while to find the old file and replace it.

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