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How to separately delete each entry of the same web-page ?

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I wanted to know as to how can I delete "only one entry" or "entries at a different point of time" of a particular web-page from the Firefox browsing-history ? Currently, to my limited knowledge, if a particular entry in the browsing-history is deleted, then all instances of that web-page are deleted from history ; e.g. if I visited a certain web-page of YouTube on 1st Jan, then again on 20th Jan, and then on 30th Mar, but wished to remove the last entry - I would right-click that entry in the "Library window" and select "delete" and that would result in all of the three visits getting wiped out. I am sure the features of "most recent visit" & "number of visits" are useful for many but like I explained before, combining all entries in one creates a bigger problem of hampering the flow of recording one's activities (even if it helps reduce RAM usage). Currently, this is one of the main problems that I face while using Firefox (for over a year) and always forces me to go back to Chrome (where extensions exist to properly manage history, but are not available for Firefox because of fundamental differences in both programs, while the current Firefox add-ons regarding history are all useless). If anyone could properly guide me out of this problem, I would be grateful. Thanks in advance.

I wanted to know as to how can I delete "only one entry" or "entries at a different point of time" of a particular web-page from the Firefox browsing-history ? Currently, to my limited knowledge, if a particular entry in the browsing-history is deleted, then all instances of that web-page are deleted from history ; e.g. if I visited a certain web-page of YouTube on 1st Jan, then again on 20th Jan, and then on 30th Mar, but wished to remove the last entry - I would right-click that entry in the "Library window" and select "delete" and that would result in all of the three visits getting wiped out. I am sure the features of "most recent visit" & "number of visits" are useful for many but like I explained before, combining all entries in one creates a bigger problem of hampering the flow of recording one's activities (even if it helps reduce RAM usage). Currently, this is one of the main problems that I face while using Firefox (for over a year) and always forces me to go back to Chrome (where extensions exist to properly manage history, but are not available for Firefox because of fundamental differences in both programs, while the current Firefox add-ons regarding history are all useless). If anyone could properly guide me out of this problem, I would be grateful. Thanks in advance.
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Hi RandomFFuser, you are correct that Firefox's Library window consolidates all visits into one entry showing the most recent date-time. There might be an extension to edit out individual visits, but I haven't tested any history extensions in the past couple of years.

You commented:

I am sure the features of "most recent visit" & "number of visits" are useful for many but like I explained before, combining all entries in one creates a bigger problem of hampering the flow of recording one's activities (even if it helps reduce RAM usage).

I personally use an external utility to generate tables of my web usage when I need to see every visit during a certain period. This where you can find it:

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/mozilla_history_view.html

Hi RandomFFuser, you are correct that Firefox's Library window consolidates all visits into one entry showing the most recent date-time. There might be an extension to edit out individual visits, but I haven't tested any history extensions in the past couple of years. You commented: <blockquote> I am sure the features of "most recent visit" & "number of visits" are useful for many but like I explained before, combining all entries in one creates a bigger problem of '''hampering the flow of recording one's activities''' (even if it helps reduce RAM usage). </blockquote> I personally use an external utility to generate tables of my web usage when I need to see every visit during a certain period. This where you can find it: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/mozilla_history_view.html
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