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Michael REMY
 
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Post Posted November 3rd, 2015, 5:45 am

hi,

since many years i use seamonkey, i often go into the history dialog windows to find something new...

but i did not success yet.

From the history windows, is it possible to list or filter the website (or domain) i visit the more ?

Like i'd like to select (to bookmark them) the website i visited 50 times in a year at last. how can i find them ?

it would be such a gem to have a feature which could auto-bookmark every website at a XXX number of visits.

i know there is a "visit count" count column and a "order by visit" feature but it is totally unreliable because popup and iframe webpage are in this list and increase the count falsly.
i'd like the counter only increase when i access a site by enter the url in the address bar or passing throug a bookmark or by selecting in the address bar history.
by example my facebook counter is 1115 for the previous week. it means 160 visits each days, so 6 visits by hour H24!!!! it is tottaly wrong and funny because i selected facebook in my url history 5 times in a day , not more.
i guess the counter is increasing when i went in a page using the "like" or share feature....

have a good day

TPR75
 
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Post Posted November 3rd, 2015, 10:18 am

Michael REMY wrote:From the history windows, is it possible to list or filter the website (or domain) i visit the more ?


Yes, it's possible. By default this column is hidden but you can "unhide" it:
Menu -> View -> Show Columns -> Visit Count

Michael REMY
 
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Post Posted November 3rd, 2015, 10:26 am

TPR75 wrote:
Michael REMY wrote:From the history windows, is it possible to list or filter the website (or domain) i visit the more ?


Yes, it's possible. By default this column is hidden but you can "unhide" it:
Menu -> View -> Show Columns -> Visit Count




i know there is a "visit count" count column and a "order by visit" feature but it is totally unreliable because popup and iframe webpage are in this list and increase the count falsly.
i'd like the counter only increase when i access a site by enter the url in the address bar or passing throug a bookmark or by selecting in the address bar history.
by example my facebook counter is 1115 for the previous week. it means 160 visits each days, so 6 visits by hour H24!!!! it is tottaly wrong and funny because i selected facebook in my url history 5 times in a day , not more.
i guess the counter is increasing when i went in a page using the "like" or share feature....

patrickjdempsey

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Post Posted November 3rd, 2015, 12:29 pm

Also, by default SeaMonkey comes with a "Most Visited" smart bookmark folder in the Bookmarks folder on the bookmarks toolbar.
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patrickjdempsey

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Post Posted November 3rd, 2015, 12:33 pm

Michael REMY wrote:by example my facebook counter is 1115 for the previous week. it means 160 visits each days, so 6 visits by hour H24!!!! it is tottaly wrong and funny because i selected facebook in my url history 5 times in a day , not more.
i guess the counter is increasing when i went in a page using the "like" or share feature....


For one, Facebook constantly auto-refreshes itself, thus causing a new page count. Also, there are many actions on Facebook that cause it to load a new page without changing the URL. Many websites work like that now.
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therube

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Post Posted November 4th, 2015, 9:00 am

Maybe something here could be useful, Norwell History Tools?
(Though I do not know if it works in SeaMonkey? But you could run it through the converter & see what happens.)
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