Unfortunately, it is not possible to fix it. The history object is a global object, not individualized among separate components or frames. Call History and Browser plugins use iframes to show content. The iframe history is shared with the main window history (as it is a global object), so whenever you click a link on an iframe, the global history gets updated. If you click the back browser button (or the back icon on the browser plugin, that performs the same action), then the last updated frame gets one step back... So, if you changed a page on the call history plugin, you can get back by clicking the back button on the browser plugin (or your own browser back button). It is confusing, but is the way it is. History on modern browsers is a global object and api calls will work on the global object. In the same way, you can click the back button on the browser plugin several times and it will reach the main window history at some point.