This the second time I am entering this problem -- the first time Firefox refused to let me return to this site. First, I am running Firefox on Ubuntu, but Ubuntu is not … (lire la suite)
This the second time I am entering this problem -- the first time Firefox refused to let me return to this site.
First, I am running Firefox on Ubuntu, but Ubuntu is not relevant because the same issue occurs in Windows.
Whenever I access a file, for example, one at https://species.wikimedia.org/wiki/Chioneosoma, its color (which is programmable) changes from a light bluish green to a deeper violet. Where is this color-difference stored? I have thousands of WikiSpecies files I have accessed, and they all show the violet "accessed" color if I ever have opened the file to read its contents. The problem is that when Ubuntu has to be reinstalled, I can add references to all my files, but the color-changes seem to be lost. This is a serious issue, because I currently have over 50,000 files referenced (and saved in my directory file:///home/jwill/Documents/WikiSpecies/Animalia_Plantae_8) and am still adding to them!
I think the storage location must be somewhere in one or more of the following files ('_' replaced '/'):
_home_jwill_.mozilla _home_jwill_.cache_mozilla_firefox _home_jwill_.cache_MM_firefox _usr_lib_firefox
Can you please tell me where the list of accessed files is stored? Whenever I enter a referenced directory, to access it, the color changes; so, Firefox must be able to store a reference to each new referenced directory name.