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2answers
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SQLite Database Browser fails to open Firefox cookie database

I downloaded SQLite Database Browser to preview cookies of Google Chrome and Firefox. I could successfully preview Chrome's cookies, however cannot manage to preview Firefox cookies. I'm trying open ...
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1answer
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How to write an SQL query for SQLite Manager for Firefox places.sqlite?

I am using SQLite Manager which is an extension for Firefox. I use this to inspect the places.sqlite database. I am trying to find the earliest visit date for a specific URL in the Firefox history. ...
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1answer
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How to edit FF passwords without extensions (directly in FF config files)?

How to edit FireFox passwords manually ? Here I've been given answer how to do this with extension: Saving passwords for pages that redirect on login ( Chrome and FF ) How to do this without ...
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1answer
992 views

Open SQLite database with SQLite Manager

I have Firefox plugin SQLite Manager installed on my computer and have SQLite database. Is it possible to open SQLite database by double click on it with SQLite Manager within the Firefox add-on?
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1answer
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Can I limit intensity of fsync's of webappstore(localstorage) sqlite db?

Modern browsers have local storage, which is stored in webappstore.sqlite (for firefox) and localstorage.sqlite (for chrome). There is a third-party script, (online messenger), which uses local ...
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2answers
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Reading the *.sqlite files stored in the firefox profile

How would one go about reading the data in the *.sqlite files in one's profile? Trying to read them with sqlite3 was unsuccessful. $ sqlite3 SQLite version 3.7.4 Enter ".help" for instructions ...
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3answers
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Delete old records from firefox sqlite databases

I have some big sqlite3 databases in ~/.mozilla/firefox/profilename Notably places.sqlite (12 MB) and urlclassifier3.sqlite (33 MB). Is it possible to truncate them and wipe out the oldest records ...
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2answers
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Repair Firefox SQLite databases

I had some problems with my RAM (bluescreen several times, Windows XP) and now are my Firefox databases damaged. Firefox is working, but my history is gone and it's reporting several inconsistencies ...
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1answer
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Firefox “auto-complete” is very slow

Firefox version: 3.6 My places.sqlite is rather big (114MB, after being optimized by SpeedyFox.) If I turn on auto-complete, it may take 1 or 2 seconds for Firefox to accept a newly typed URL. To ...