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Hi
I am working on the mac at work. We have Safari browser. I am trying to disable the memory from the "search for" window (for ex: in Yahoo).
I don't want Safari to show the complete word of a topic I was searching for.
Ex: if I type "f" - "forum" word will show up.
I know how to change it in Explorer, but Safari doesn't show me the option in preferences.
Thanx for any help...
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Safari -> Preferences -> Autofill

You want to uncheck Other Forms or go to the edit and disable certain sites

Don't forget to use the new User Reputation System
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