I was looking for the path where firefox addons store their data on Linux.
I'm specifically looking for where OneTab stores the tabs, but I can't seem to find it.
The profiles are in \~/.mozilla, and there are some xpi files (zip archives) relating to the addons, but no data storage apparentely.
Also on windows it seems to be under:
> C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\Profile Folder\
apparently but there is no jetpack folder in my profile folder.
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Where is onetab data stored firefox?
I restarted Firefox because of slowness problems but it erased all my , When it runs, your entire old profile folder containing all your Firefox data is moved to your Windows desktop inside a folder named Old Firefox Close Firefox. 2. Open the Time Machine app (located in your Applications folder), go to your main hard drive (normally labelled Macintosh HD), and go to the store.json file located at: /Users/ Username /Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/ Profile Folder /jetpack/[email protected]/simple-storage/.
You updated Firefox and now links I had in One Tab are missing , However, the data in these files is difficult to extract in a readable format. Previously, OneTab extension data was stored under. [profile]\browser- A: OneTab is the quickest way, with only one click, to store all of your open tabs into a list. Once they are in your list, OneTab makes it much easier to scan over, delete, label and manage your list of saved tabs.
^^ Maybe that helps. Helped me get back a ton of tabs from Chrome onetab.