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Thanks for the great answers. I've always wondered about this but forgot to ask. I just remember a while back having items in a cart while I continued shopping (over the span of a few hours) and then suddenly those items were no longer there and I thought I did something wrong because I didn't pay right away. I often use my favorites to store items I am considering purchasing or items to compare to each others to decide which I will buy. Then I read a thread where some sellers found it annoying that so many of their items were favorited by one potential buyer at one time. Some times I like to look at items and then return to them later to see if I still like them as much. But now, I think I will try putting them in my cart and then just removing what I decide against buying.
Yes that's quite a curious comment - I can't even imagine the reasoning behind a shop owner being irritated by so many items favorited by a potential buyer at one time. I would feel exactly opposite if that happened to me! I also do it to others all the time, as I wish to use their items in treasuries. If they are well photographed and I like the items, I'll heart away!