seen using 2002.11.08.04 on 10.2.1. 0. turn on global history in the sidebar by adding the pref user_pref("chimera.show_history", true); 1. launch chimera, open the sidebar and click the history (clock icon) tab. observe: in the profile i'm using now, i see six folders labelled as 0, 4, 5, 6 and 6 (yep, last two are the same). i know there's a bug asking to put more sensible labels on these (bug 162750), but i have some other questions: a. i haven't used this particular profile for a while, hence no history for the last few days (1, 2, 3) --should those folders *still* exist, for clarity, even though they'd be empty? b. the last folder, redundantly called 6: shouldn't this have a clearer label, like >6? this issue might still be bug 162750, but am not sure.
(b) is bug 162750 which has been fixed. not sure about (a). personally i do'nt think those folders should exist, but it's up to the global history service in mozilla. we just get its behavior, which i guess is to not show those folders. if we really want it (and i'm not sure we do), we'd have to add special code to mozilla, or write our own history impl. closing this bug as fixed, reopen if you disagree.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
ah, okay then! vrfy'ing fixed, since bug 162750 is fixed.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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