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How to search History by date and time

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Hello! I'd like to know how I can search Firefox History for pages viewed in a range of times on a given day. Thanks in advance!

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Open the History Manager; Press the Alt or F10 key bring up the toolbar, and select History. Hot key is; <Control> (Mac=<Command>) <Shift> H.

Using the listing on the right, click on the header you want to sort.

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I would like to search (for example) the web pages consulted between 5 pm and 9 pm on 18 February 2016. Is this possible with any Firefox option?

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The whole thing would be displayed.

Go to the Mozilla Add-ons Web Page {web Link} (There’s a lot of good stuff here) and search for what you want.

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You can use this code in the Web Console to generate a place query.


/*DATE<->PLACE::GMT+#|GMT-#|PST|MST|CST|EST*/
var b=new Date("JAN 1 2020 0:0:0 GMT");
var e=new Date("FEB 1 2020 0:0:0 GMT");
var B=b.getTime()*1E3;
var E=e.getTime()*1E3;
var T=2; //0:URI;1:Visit;2:FullVisits;
console.log((new Date(B/1E3)).toLocaleString());
console.log((new Date(E/1E3)).toLocaleString());
console.log("place:"+"beginTime="+B+"&endTime="+E+"&type="+T);

You need to create a new bookmark and paste the place query in the location field. You need to do a cut/paste to another folder to make the query work or close and restart Firefox.

Modified by cor-el