I have noticed that unlike in other browsers, in Firefox there is no proper History view as such, because the only way to get a history in the right order is to set it on
Most Recent Viewed (if you go
Menu > History > Show All History) but that still means that if at
17:45 I go to askubuntu.com, then if I go there again at
18:55 I will never be able to see at what time previously I went there.
And I will only be able to see the last time I went to that page, now for some (although I don't know how) this might be more efficient in some way or just better, but for me it really is not, so is there a way of viewing the full history properly where I can see all the times that I have gone to the same page and not just the most recent? Or is this a feature which I will have to request in Firefox (Google Chrome has this feature)?
Just to clarify: I want to make it so that each visit to each individual page gets a new individual entry in the history view instead of it overriding the previous entry about me visiting that page.
No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 15.04 Release: 15.04 Codename: vivid Flavour: GNOME GNOME Version: 3.16
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