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Old 11-12-2004, 09:37 PM   #1
raysr
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Firefox History.dat file


I want to make the url location bar so it doesn't save url's. I understand that in windoze you find the "default" folder and look for an ".slt" file and find the historty.dat file and change it to "read only". I looked around in there but didn't find anything like that. What's it called in Linux? Thanks. As I use the new FF 1.0 it looks like it clears the bar on exit or when ctearing the history.

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