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Setting browser.cache.disk.parent_directory to dynamic location (different for each user)
I’m attempting to set browser.cache.disk.parent_directory in about:config to a custom dynamic path string using the Windows %username% variable in order to make it so that each Windows account has its Firefox cache in a different location that is somewhere other than each user’s AppData. What I tried to use was this:
However, that created a folder path with %username% (literally, not substituted by its value as a Windows variable) as part of it. Is there some way for me to accomplish this?
I was thinking whether editing and altering already cached earlier input strings could be possible. I know that the entire cache could just be deleted using "Clear Recent…
I was thinking whether editing and altering already cached earlier input strings could be possible. I know that the entire cache could just be deleted using "Clear Recent History". But that is not a well-planned option. Some input strings could have as well been simple typos or ill-formed strings. They could in fact be distractions or eyesores. So why not be allowed an option to edit the cached strings? I always do this for my .bash-history file to keep it compact and useful. So I figure there could be a file in firefox to do just that. Well, for a personal computer dedicated to a single user, this could be a good option.