On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 2:13 PM, Arne <spam.pr...@not.valid> wrote:
> Paul Hartman wrote:
>> On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 2:46 AM, Ant <a...@zimage.comant> wrote:
>>> On 9/24/2009 8:46 AM PT, Martin Freitag typed:
>>>>> works for Firefox. Is there one for SeaMonkey v1.1.18?
>>>> http://www.crystalidea.com/speedyfox says:
>>>> "Mozilla Firefox is a fast browser, but with the lapse of time it starts
>>>> working much slowly. The reason is fragmentation of profile databases. A
>>>> free tool SpeedyFox is designed specially to resolve that problem"
>>>> Don't take it granted but AFAIK Mozilla 1.1.x does not use SQLITE
>>> Thanks (same for Paul). Trying to tweak old SeaMonkey v1.x. :)
>> One thing that was slowing my Seamonkey 1.x down very badly was my
>> download history. Apparently I had never cleared it, ever! I don't use
>> the download manager, so I never had any reason to open it. It was
>> causing downloads to take quite some time to begin or end (can't
>> remember which), probably because it was reading and updating this
>> huge list of years worth of downloaded files.
> Talking about Download Manager, I would like to have more options for it in
> the Preferences.
> Same as for History, the option for how long time I want to keep downloads
> on the manager. Then old downloads would be deleted when time set expired.
> That may need to order the downloads by date and not alphabetically, but I
> would like that better too!
> Tha option would allow me to not save any downloads at all, if I could set
> the time to zero days. As it is now, I have to remember to manually delete
> items from the manager even if I don't care to save any of them.
> But if i want to save the latest for a couple of days, I have to remember
> what the latest downloads was since the order is not set by date and there
> is not even any date mentioned at all in the manager.
> Would this be able to implement in a future release?
I use the MultiZilla add-on which has options to clear download
history (and all other similar things) upon exit.
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