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10/14/10
Original Poster
Perta

How do I delete stored usernames (not passwords) and not form autofill?

Google Chrome version (type about:version into the address bar): 6.0.472.63
Operating System: Mac OS 10.6.4
 
All the websites I have visited and require sign in (like Facebook, for example), have all the usernames ever used on this computer stored in the Browser, i.e. when I go to log into Facebook, there is a large drop-down menu with all usernames used. No password has ever been saved (at least for web based sign ins). So how do I clear that? I cleared browser history, cookies, cache, but all in vain.
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mabb
10/21/10
mabb
Hover over each username in turn that you want to remove, and press the Delete key.  It should disappear from the list.
10/22/10
Original Poster
Perta
mabb, thanks for the answer but it doesn't work. I'm using a mac.
mabb
10/22/10
mabb
I don't use a Mac, but Chrome should be mostly the same.  Can you do anything to highlight one of the usernames in the list, using the mouse/touchpad or keyboard arrows?  Then try the Delete key again, (not backspace).  If that doesn't work, Chrome for Mac must lack this feature.
10/22/10
Original Poster
Perta
Hi mabb, it worked, thanks a lot! Thing is: Mac doesn't have two keys like a PC, but you can use fn + delete (or backspace) to mimic the function of the delete key on a PC.
mabb
10/22/10
mabb
Glad it worked Perta.  You could mark it Best Answer ;-)
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Lisa Montesanto
10/9/13
Lisa Montesanto
thank you!
 
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