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martek

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This is kind of a dumb question (newbie). I am using Puppy Linux on my notebook. In the address bar of mozilla 1.8b1.5, I've entered many, many addresses, and there is now a long list of addresses. How to I erase this accuulation of addresses? Every time I type in a new address to browse, the list just gets longer. Sorry about the dumb question.

btw, I partitioned 2 gig for ext3 and 1 gig for Linux swap on my hard disk.

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Edited by Justin, 06 October 2005 - 06:09 PM.

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Go to Edit (or Tools) --> Preferences (or Options) --> Privacy --> Clear All.

To not have a history at all, click on history, and change the number to 0.


Ohhh wait, this is Mozilla Suite, and not Firefox isn't it..... but it might work. It just might have different names ......

Edited by HenryVI, 06 October 2005 - 08:10 PM.

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this is the drop down address list that we're talking about?

get to the preferences and look for an item somewhere called 'clear typed-in addresses'
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