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Unable to put timestamps in history whatsoever

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Hi there,

I am trying to find a website that I accessed on a specific day at a specific time. However I am unable to find some sort of option to add timestamps to the history window. Whether I access history from the new menu, or the history toolbar, everything in there is just sorted alphabetically no matter what option I choose. I know in old firefox versions you could put timestamps on the websites in history.

Is my only option to downgrade?

Thanks.

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The date/time is shown in the Library dialog (Ctrl+Shift+h or History > Show All History) but I can't recall ever seeing them in the History menu. Could that have been done with an add-on?

In the History Sidebar (Ctrl+h), the View drop-down has "By Date" and "By Date and Site" which display the categories as they also appear in the Library dialog. But if you need more than the rough categories, the Library dialog is the better choice.

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Hi jscher2000, thank you very much for your reply!

The Library dialog is exactly what I meant to be referring to, however I cannot for the life of me find an option to display the date/time.

In the menu, say I click on "Yesterday," for some reason all I am able to see is the name and location of one of the websites in history. When I look through the columns and the different ways to sort the menu, I am unable to find any way to add the timestamps in there. I can provide a picture if you'd like.

Thank you again for helping me!

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You should be able to add the "Most Recent Visit" column by right-clicking the header bar or via Views > Columns