User Help for Mozilla Firefox
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I recently went to a site that had a long flash movie that I liked. It took me a long time to get it running. So, I figured that Firefox's cache worked like IE's , I thought that it would store the flash movie in its cache and never remove without me clearing the cache. So, today I went back to the site and I had to re-download the whole again. So, I typed in: "about:cache" and found the file on the cache, but it had an expiration date and it had already expired.
So, I was wondering if any of you knew how to stop the files from expiraing or how to change the expiration date.
Thankyou for your time.
you can set the cache maximum amount, but I don't think you can set the expiration date
I never used IE in my whole life hence I can't know, but I don't think it stores in cache untill you empy it.
I guess IE has a maximum too and it deletes older cached files as well.
I left my good sign in the other pants
Are you sure, because I remember sombody saying you could a while back
the web server sets the expiration date.
But is there a way to change the date? Becuase I remember somone posting about an editor.
Compare the page in cache to the page on the network:
1 = Every time I view the page
0 = Once per session
3 = When the page is out of date (default)
2 = Never
http://www.mozilla.org/quality/networki ... prefs.html
sorry to bother theurs but that's incorrect.
to avoid to mark the cache entry for deletion.
maybe this help you.
and this addons
this extensions are a must have for enhancing the speed of the web surfing and overide the default or web server expiration date of the cache entry. giving a lifetime up to one week (604800 seconds)
to install them in minefield you must enable the installation of incompatible addons and disable checkupdate security for extensions
extensions.checkCompatibility boolean false
extensions.checkUpdateSecurity boolean false
and that's it!
take care everyone
email me to discuss this further.
You are replying to an elderly thread (2004). Locking.
"Given this sequence of events, the argument is like the thirteenth chime of a clock: you not only know it's wrong, but it causes you to wonder about everything you heard before. "
jadjkorn64, please do not suggest to regular Firefox users to use a unstable developmental build like what your using. Also none of the regulars here does email support.
Also as this thread was from five years ago, as Preferences can come and go, be disabled or taken out.
Also how can you be right when browser.cache.check_doc_frequency was correct and there is no real easy to find documentation on browser.cache.disk.doomEntriesIfExpired in
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