Followed procedures for removing history and Top sites. Fails successfully. I spent 30 mins removing 5 months of history one link at a time. That is not a solution,…
Followed procedures for removing history and Top sites. Fails successfully. I spent 30 mins removing 5 months of history one link at a time. That is not a solution, I can't even call that a valid work-around. Found thread stating I should disable an option in Developer tools. The only option in developer tools is "Remote Debugging".
Both options should be called: "Personal link tracker" Top sites and History are keeping every page including useless endeavors such as package tracking pages that are only valid for a week at best. It could even be called something like the ADD options. If I didn't return to the page in 2 or 3 days, good chance I'm not going to. If I really like it. I can bookmark it.
An acceptable solution might be.
Add more options for history that actually work such as just turning it off. I don't use, want, or need it. I actually view link tracking as personal information.
Add an option for a blank page as the home page. The method use to determine Top sites doesn't appear to be very useful for a person that doesn't visit a page more than once. Usually they were dynamically generated so are different upon returning or totally invalid as most of mine were. I care about the last maybe 5 days. After that I couldn't care less. So an option to set a time frame they should be kept could be useful.
Another solution like developers tools configuration is not quite a solution. I wouldn't think your user base is primarily developers. Maybe I'm wrong, but those options seem to be available for the majority of desktop brower editions. Why wouldn't they be useful on mobile that has less resources for storage space and memory?
Samsung Galaxy Mega. Firefox v27.0 Updated to latest packages.