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remove websites from adress bar suggestion without a delete key (macbookair)
I know this article : Remove websites from the address bar suggestions and the section : Clearing a single item from the address bar history but I don't have a delete key on my keyboard! I usualy use <fn> + <backspace> to replace the <delete> but it does not work in this case... Any suggestion?
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Hi, I can't give you first hand advice since I'm not familiar with Mac, but you may be able to use an on screen keyboard (Accessibility Keyboard). Please see https://support.apple.com/en-gb/guide/mac-help/mchlc74c1c9f/mac
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Hi, thank you for your answer. I can't find how to make it work, I try with the Accessibility Keyboard but it behave the same than with the hardware keyboard, it delete the last letter as if I was just pressing the <backspace> key with no <shift> or <fn>... It's not a very big issue but I 'd like to find the way to make it work!
Note that you would need to use "Shift+Delete" to remove an highlighted item.
You can possibly try "Forget About This Site" in the right-click context menu of an history entry.
Yes but my keyboard does not have the Delete key, only Backspace wich can usualy be turned in a Delete key by adding the Fn key (Fn + Backspace) but it does not seem to work in this case. I try Fn + Shift + Backspace (it should be the same than Shift + Delete) but it does not work. The "Forget About This Site" is a good alternative and it work nice but I would try to understand why it does not work in the address bar. It is not a big problem but I was intrigued...
(I hope I do not twist english too much...)