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7/19/09
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adao.szymanski

How do I remove my USER NAME from the auto-fill?

Google Chrome auto-fill is very usefull but when one types a user name misspelled it keeps the record.
So HOW CAN I CLEAN MY WRONG USER NAME? I want to keep the other one that is correct.
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†Tommy G.†
7/19/09
†Tommy G.†
To delete a specific saved record that appears when you start typing in a text box, simply select that record using your keyboard arrows, then press Delete on your keyboard.

7/19/09
Original Poster
adao.szymanski
Dragontatt ! Thanks! But I already did it and it dindn't work!
I hope somebody in Google could fix it!
I hope SOMEBODY IN GOOGLE READS THIS STUFF!
Mohamed Mansour
7/20/09
Mohamed Mansour
adao: maybe try and update your Chrome version, Dragontatt approach is the way to do it. Google Chrome people do look at "this stuff" as well as Chromium Developers.
7/20/09
Original Poster
adao.szymanski
Thanks, Mohamed!
I'll try it!
OldFan
7/21/09
OldFan
You can also use 3rd party applications to clear out auto complete entries that cannot be cleared by the UI.
 
Try: CCleaner http://www.ccleaner.com/
 
It can clear all temp, history, cache etc. from all your web browsers at once! You can then type in only the correct username and it will be remembered again. It's like starting over.
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markkeen001
11/10/13
markkeen001
THis is the one!
 
Brilliosa! :-)
 
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