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Every few hours, my company makes me click through a "just a reminder, we're monitoring your Internet use" web page when I try to visit a public website. Generally, this is not a problem. However, the reminder page's title sometimes becomes the page title that Firefox saves, as seen here:

Title for "slacker.com" is "Notification: Policy Acknowledgement"

I'd like to make "Slacker radio" the title for http://slacker.com. How can I overwrite or reset Firefox's memory of the page title associated with a given URL?

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You can change the title manually by changing it in places.sqlite. This file can be found here (the string before .default is randomly generated):

C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\ppbajnz5.default

You can use SQLite Manager to open the file:

SQLite window

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I won't be in front of the computer that's having the issue for another week or so, but this looks good. On another note, where'd you get your avatar from? I saw the same one on a dd-wrt forum post that really helped me out. –  Pops Oct 29 '11 at 22:35
    
@LordTorgamus I don't remember where I got it (it's from 3+ years ago) I'm not that guy on the dd-wrt forums. –  Nasreddine Oct 29 '11 at 22:48

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