Support removal of drop down entries from form drop down list



  • When typing in a dropdown text field (or start with the down arrow) in a form a number of matching possibilities is shown. Sometimes this list contains an entry as a result of an earlier typo.
    It would be friendly to allow to remove a specific entry from the list. Especially mis typed mail addresses which will show up each time I log in to a site. (I never store my userId's.)
    Example: See Opera.



  • Just want to point out that besides the convenience, security, and avoiding confusion, not having this feature drives some types of people nuts, and can be a downright deal-breaker You have no idea how grating typos in history popups are to some people.



  • @a3ano:

    It would be friendly to allow to remove a specific entry from the list.

    If I understand your request, you can delete them:

    Use the cursor keys to move down to highlight the erroneous item. Delete it with Shift-Delete.



  • @rkzn said in Support removal of drop down entries from form drop down list:

    If I understand your request, you can delete them:
    Use the cursor keys to move down to highlight the erroneous item. Delete it with Shift-Delete.

    Thanks for your reply; apologies that I am so late with my reply.
    Using Shift Delete works OK.
    Only 'problem' that remains is that there is no visible indicator as used by Opera. In Vivaldi you just need to now this. I use Vivaldi (snapshot) on a daily basis as my default browser and never found this possibility.

    Anyhow, rkzn, thanks for pointing me to this possibility.
    Regards, a3ano



  • @a3ano Yep. It should be more clear. I would like to have a page listing what Vivaldi saved, because it saves a LOT of such stuff, and I would like to have some control over the information stored about me, even if it is only on my computer.


 

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