Q: How can I cache all pages I visit in a given session with Firefox?
I frequently go to study with my laptop at a library where I don't have internet access (no login). I usually research somethings in the internet the day before and I wanted to make Firefox cache all data from the webpages so that when I'm at the library I can go back to something I read on the internet.
I have these config settings:
browser.cache.check_doc_frequency;3 browser.cache.disk.capacity;500000 browser.cache.disk.enable;true browser.cache.disk_cache_ssl;true browser.cache.frecency_experiment;4 browser.cache.memory.enable;true (should I set this to false?) browser.cache.offline.capacity;512000 browser.cache.offline.enable;true browser.cache.disk_cache_ssl;true
Even clearing all my cache before, some elements, like images, for some reason are sometimes not stored in the cache, even though they display fine on the tab when the page loads. But if I reload the page, they are stored.
There's an Addon called Session Manager that allows me to save the current session. But it would be best if I could save the whole history, because sometimes I forget to store some page I read that turns out to be important. That's why I want to cache everything (disk space is not a problem), so that in "offline mode" I can go back to them in Firefox.
There are related questions, but they don't provide my solution:
Auto save all visited pages in Firefox
Browse local copies of websites when possible (Firefox with slow internet connection)
Browsing cached pages with no internet connection