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I have downloaded CacheViewer (0.7.6) but it seems have no effect with my Firefox 31.0. What are the alternatives? I also have SQLite Manager. Can I use that?

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Well, I have discovered that CacheViewer is activated over Tools > Web Developer > CacheViewer rather than Tools > CacheViewer. Unfortunately, it displays only today-accessed mem/disk pages despite profile/Cache folder contains last 4 days.

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