Delete a form value in Safari

Pentad

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How can I selectively delete form value options in Safari under Mavericks? I do not want to clear all the data, just delete one item in the drop down list that appears. (See attached pic)

I thought I could highlight the item I want to delete and press fn+shift+delete but that does not work. I have tried a combo of these keys without success.

Does anyone know?

Thanks!
-P
 

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Weaselboy

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Go to this screen in Safari preferences and click edit. You will see a list of all websites you have stored form data. Just delete the one for the site in question. There is no way I can see to delete specific entries for a site though.

 

GreenLantern

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How can I selectively delete form value options in Safari under Mavericks? I do not want to clear all the data, just delete one item in the drop down list that appears. (See attached pic)

I thought I could highlight the item I want to delete and press fn+shift+delete but that does not work. I have tried a combo of these keys without success.

Does anyone know?

Thanks!
-P
[doublepost=1534576539][/doublepost]Hello Pentad, I know this is an old thread but I was wondering if you ever found a solution to your question. This is driving me crazy to! GL
 

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