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Firefox's history only remembers the last time a certain web address is visited.
For example, I visited www.example.com on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Of all the 3 times, Firefox only remembers the visit on Wednesday. Because when I visited www.example.com on Tuesday, the history is renewed, deleting record of Monday; when I visit www.example.com on Wednesday, record of Tuesday evaporated.
So, no matter how many times I visit a certain web address, Firefox only remembers the last time. Is there a way to tweak Firefox to make it faithfully record history?
I'm not a native English speaker. I hope my poor English clearly describe the question.
Thanks in advance for your answers.
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Firefox updates the History, because the website content get updated day to day. so Firefox remain the last visit.
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Firefox does store all the times that you visit a web page to be able to calculate the visit count, but only shows the last time you visited that link.
See e.g. this thread:
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