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The subject basically says it all. I am getting sick of 10 thousand things coming up every time I type in "www.linuxquestions.org" since Konqueror seems to list all the sites you have been to on that domain, rather annoying. Thanks for the help!
I believe that, as with almost everything in Linux, there will be a simple text file to edit. Try looking in your home directory, possibly under .konqueror (it might actually be under .kde/konqueror or something) - note: those are directories, not files.
Actually I am the only user of this machine and it is not in a public area so anything I view is for my eyes only, that said I actually do get annoyed with all the damn things in the list when I am trying to go to a site I go to often with many sub pages(i.e. forums). Thanks for the help.
Originally posted by, erm, me Been looking at naughty sites again? Originally posted by forand Actually I am the only user of this machine and it is not in a public area so anything I view is for my eyes only
Aw, you can take a bit of ribbing, can't you? I know just how annoying the ol' history thing is. Luckily for me, my University clears the local IE history whenever you log out, so not only do I not have everyone else's pages in the list, but I also don't have mine. Personally I don't like having a history. If it's a page I visit frequently, I have a bookmark to it, I don't need the address bar telling me. Anyway, hope it helps - was it a plain text file, BTW? Just curious because I'd never actually taken a peek at it.
Spinx.. If you go into konqueror and put in ~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/konq_history
in the location bar, hit enter a word file should show up. Highlight everything and delete it all, when you exit save it and wa-la - its gone!