NEED Advanced Way to 'Restore Session' have over 50 unfinished website tabs that failed to load. Have coding for 'recovery.jsonlz4' and '.mozlz4' file. HOWEVER dont see… (閱讀更多)
NEED Advanced Way to 'Restore Session' have over 50 unfinished website tabs that failed to load. Have coding for 'recovery.jsonlz4' and '.mozlz4' file. HOWEVER dont see a way to put code into firefox so that it loads the 50+ closed tabs in a restore....
Just want to take an old restore session and make it the current tab restore session. PS this is a modern small annoying problem that has plagued firefox for like 10 years.
MOSTLY OBVIOUS STUFF - Also i'm annoyed at this point..
- I could try and find the many website links in the file code and copy each one into a tab but that seems just as tedious as finding the unfinished websites in a mess of browsing history. Because an internet restore session got messed up.
- the Mozila Firefox: 'recovery.jsonlz4' can sort of be found in your Mozilla 'session restore' folder on your hard drive. The file is often hidden behind nearly useless mozila crash reports that get saved on your hard drive. ALSO The 'recovery.jsonlz4.4qt4qy4q54' whatever numbers have changed names over the years with many updates. The recovery files used to be called sessionstore.json4 PS for developers. An additional issue also seems to be that there are often numbers located behind the file type .json, by adding a bunch of numbers behind the file type the .json firefox information browsing history storage starts getting corrupted. You cant have a .jpg file read .jpg23425134653152`3256.... Thus why is the .json internet tab files doing this?!?!?! Adding a bunch of numbers behind .json isnt more internet security.. It just stops the files you want from working..
- Ultimately did try deleting all my previous internet tab sessions in my desktop folder; to try and allow firefox to see what .json file I wanted it to restore, but the program didn't notice the file I wanted to restore regardless of what i tried naming it. Firefox continues to create a new session restore even when a new session hasn't actually been created, without loading the previous 50+ tabs that I had open instead..
- Theres a new 2019 firefox add on that makes the .json files into '.mozlz4' files. The loading on the application gets bad when theres over 50 tabs that its trying to code out but you can look at the coding better on a different text document. However the firefox add on called mozlz4-edit by Siarhei Kuzeyeu.. SERIOUSLY THOUGH THE FIREFOX ADD ON doesn't have a 'OPEN SOURCE CODE AS A RESTORED INTERNET SESSION.. Your firefox profile is located on both your harddive and your firefox browser, and other important tracking information is located at both. Hackers know this stuff better then the regular computer owner who is the profile.
- Previous Session Restores also get mixed into the mess of internet 'privacy' and sync tabs... Under your firefox profile that is easily forgetable, your information is available to the public as if it wasn't already in like 100 other different other ways.. Anyways under your firefox profile you can now find sync options, although youve probably already synced up your websites to other devices already. Turning sync off isn't really an option and thats another issue. But honestly how hard is it to just put an addition option under your profile showing/giving the option to RESTORE OLD SESSIONS.. This location under your new firefox profile is an ideal location for also being able to put in internet tab code so that you can open your lost tabs, bookmarks(websitemarks), app extensions etc. PS a few folders like this is basically a major part of what the modern day phone is.
- Theres a firefox add on called session boss, from my understanding after using it for 10 minutes, the session boss is just another application that allows more people to check out your internet history without really being a working program that will allow you to easily restore your internet websites.
- I also consider using Brave Browser however this sort of issue isn't solved on that different internet application either..