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How can I bring back web history for a specific date? I foudn them but they deleted when I click on them to view them. How can I bring them back?

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I am in need of a history recovery for a specific date (March 19th 2016). I managed to find the sites on that specific date but when I clicked on them to view them, they get deleted. How can I bring them back? I need the full list again.

I am in need of a history recovery for a specific date (March 19th 2016). I managed to find the sites on that specific date but when I clicked on them to view them, they get deleted. How can I bring them back? I need the full list again.

Réiteach roghnaithe

You can look at this extension:

Click the search button to update/populate the list after changing settings (no need to type search terms).


Firefox only shows the most recent visit of a specific URL and opening a link for inspection will create a new history entry. A possible workaround to avoid creating new history entries is to open a link in a private browsing tab/window Easiest is to use the history sidebar in a new private window.

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Réiteach Roghnaithe

You can look at this extension:

Click the search button to update/populate the list after changing settings (no need to type search terms).


Firefox only shows the most recent visit of a specific URL and opening a link for inspection will create a new history entry. A possible workaround to avoid creating new history entries is to open a link in a private browsing tab/window Easiest is to use the history sidebar in a new private window.

You can look at this extension: *Norwell History Tools: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/norwell/ Click the search button to update/populate the list after changing settings (no need to type search terms). ----- Firefox only shows the most recent visit of a specific URL and opening a link for inspection will create a new history entry. A possible workaround to avoid creating new history entries is to open a link in a private browsing tab/window Easiest is to use the history sidebar in a new private window.

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Hi cor-el,

This is truly wonderful! Thank-you so much for your help! May good things happen to you! =D

Hi cor-el, This is truly wonderful! Thank-you so much for your help! May good things happen to you! =D