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Old 7th December 2011, 11:01 PM
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Firefox History for a specific day

I need to see a list of all the Google searches I made on a specific day, can this be done? I know it can filter by "Today" and "Yesterday" is there a way I can filter by a specific day?

Would setting the computer clock to that day and filtering for "Today" work, or is there a better way?

Either a plugin for the history viewer, or a program to scan the files in the profile folder.

Thanks.
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Old 8th December 2011, 02:07 AM
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Re: Firefox History for a specific day

You can select to show the last viewed date, and then sort by that column (I believe it's the default sort) and then just scroll down to the date you wish to see.

There is probably a way to write an application to do it for you as well, but the information is probably stored in one of the sqlite files in your ~/mozilla folder.
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