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Add old history to new

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I use ccleaner and somehow my setting got changed and it wiped out my history, except for the past 2 days.

I've got a backup places.sqlite from a couple weeks ago. Is there any way to add the two together?

Also, is there any way to import history without replacing the current bookmarks?

I use ccleaner and somehow my setting got changed and it wiped out my history, except for the past 2 days. I've got a backup places.sqlite from a couple weeks ago. Is there any way to add the two together? Also, is there any way to import history without replacing the current bookmarks?

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You can save the bookmarks as a JSON backup and restore this JSON backup afterward or use the most recent backup in the bookmarkbackups folder to recover the bookmarks when you replace places.sqlite.

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I understand that, but I need to combine them. I assume there is no way. Wouldn't it make sense to have separate files for bookmarks and history?

How often does the bookmark folder update? Is there a way to control this?

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The only way to merge history is by using Sync. You would have to create a new profile and place places.sqlite with the old history in this folder. Then you could use Sync to sync this profile with a profile that has newer (recent) history. Best is to only sync the history.

  • New history is only uploaded for the last 30 days.
  • Synced history expires in 60 days.

Once you have a working places.sqlite, you can copy this file to the original profile and posibly restore the bookmarks.

Make you keep a backup of places.sqlite in both profiles and other important data as it is possible that Firefox insists in updating in the wrong way and removes important data.