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There is (IMHO) some missing functionality / unwanted feature or call it what you like (bug?).

History -> Manage History

select e.g. Last 7 days, right click on Name and select at least two attributes (you can choose from: Tags, Location,Most Recent Visit, Added and Last Modified)

Select the first entry of the list, all displayed fields are selected/highlighted.

Copy (either with the menu or with Ctrl-C) and paste it in your favourite text editor.

Why is only the URL copied? Other fields were also highlighted. Why are they not included?

This is WYSINWYG (what you see is not what you get).

It is possible to export bookmarks as an html file, so why is this not possible with history?

OK, it is possible to query the sqlite3 database directly to get some history info but it's a bit cumbersome.

To do so,

  copy the sqlite (places.sqlite) database to some safe place then open the database (with 'sqlite3 places.sqlite')
  get the history info you are interested in with a sqlite query,
  e.g. select title,visit_count,site_name,url,description,last_visit_date from moz_places where url like '%support%';

But there is no simple (AFAIK) way to convert 'last_visit_date' (an integer) to something human readable.

So either include the whole selection when something is copied (WYSIWYG) or provide export history as an html file.

Any suggestions?

TIA

S. Claes

There is (IMHO) some missing functionality / unwanted feature or call it what you like (bug?). History -> Manage History select e.g. Last 7 days, right click on Name and select at least two attributes (you can choose from: Tags, Location,Most Recent Visit, Added and Last Modified) Select the first entry of the list, all displayed fields are selected/highlighted. Copy (either with the menu or with Ctrl-C) and paste it in your favourite text editor. Why is only the URL copied? Other fields were also highlighted. Why are they not included? This is WYSINWYG (what you see is not what you get). It is possible to export bookmarks as an html file, so why is this not possible with history? OK, it is possible to query the sqlite3 database directly to get some history info but it's a bit cumbersome. To do so, copy the sqlite (places.sqlite) database to some safe place then open the database (with 'sqlite3 places.sqlite') get the history info you are interested in with a sqlite query, e.g. select title,visit_count,site_name,url,description,last_visit_date from moz_places where url like '%support%'; But there is no simple (AFAIK) way to convert 'last_visit_date' (an integer) to something human readable. So either include the whole selection when something is copied (WYSIWYG) or provide export history as an html file. Any suggestions? TIA S. Claes

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