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Can I determine what date I was on a particular webpage?

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I have found the page in my history of browsing. Can I find out what date I was on that page? I am on a MacPro OS 10.10.5 and Firefox 45.0.2.

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Make sure that you have the "Most Recent Visit" column visible (Views > Show Columns) in the Library. Firefox normally only shows the date of the last visit, so if you have visited this website at a later time then you may have to use other means.

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

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Open the History Manager <Control><Shift> H. In the search bar, enter the name of the site.

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選擇的解決方法

Make sure that you have the "Most Recent Visit" column visible (Views > Show Columns) in the Library. Firefox normally only shows the date of the last visit, so if you have visited this website at a later time then you may have to use other means.

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

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catlat said

I have found the page in my history of browsing. Can I find out what date I was on that page? I am on a MacPro OS 10.10.5 and Firefox 45.0.2.

Thanks! Adding that bit about clicking on the search button to repopulate the history was VERY important!