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how to get Firefox history timestamps


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bigdan

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I'm often surprised by how much time has passed. I'd like to be able to check my Firefox history and know what time I visited each site. Is there some way to do this? I haven't had much luck in the past but just noticed that in Chrome I do indeed get a timestamp so maybe there's a way w/ Firefox?

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Wolfeymole

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In the FF browser Dan click on History.

Click Show All History.

In the box that opens click Views and then click Show Columns.

In the box that opens make sure that Visit Date is checked.

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lol that was simple. thanks for your help!

when people attach screenshots the way you just did, i often wonder if there's a simpler way of doing it than the way i do. i have to press printscreen, open paint, paste the screenshot there, edit it, upload it to a site such as tinypic.com, and attach from there. i'm guessing you didnt just go thru all that! can you advise?
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Well I use this Dan to do screen shots and then save them to my pc.

http://www.wisdom-so...hunter_free.htm

I then attach the file in a given reply.
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