Firefox 3.0's history of sites via the AwesomeBar is one of its most useful features, save a small design flaw: the title of the page it retains isn't always very accurate. For instance, Google Maps generally shows up with the last address you searched, even though accessing the link gets you the entry page rather than search. Similarly, for quite some time my own blog link had a completely inaccurate title in my Firefox history, giving the name of the ISP that failed to find the connection rather than the blog itself. So far, the only solution I've found is to delete the whole entry (just highlight and hit the Delete key), but that's not very sophisticated, and a real nuisance for fiddly addresses you don't want to re-enter. Is there some hidden method or extension for editing just the page title in your existing history? Share any useful knowledge in the comments.
Is There Any Way To Edit Titles In Your Firefox History?
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