So I have a tech website with a form for asking the author questions and long ago I once mistyped my email address there. Ever since Safari’s auto completion suggests that mistyped email address first on that website’s form. But I just cannot find a way to edit those auto-filled entries.
Of course in Safari’s prefs there’s AutoFill and in there I have besides User names and passwords only Other forms selected. I can select to edit that, but in there all there is is a list of websites, not the actual content that gets auto-filled at that website. And in fact, that specific website doesn’t even show up in that list. If I select to edit User names and passwords, I just get dumped into the passwords section of prefs and there I see no mention of that website’s form data either, not a surprise though because there is no user/pass for that website’s form.
Is there any other location I can check? And if I cannot edit that one individual entry, is there perhaps a location where I can remove all saved form data for that entire website so I get to start over populating auto-filled data?
In the latest Safari, preferences has become settings. When I go there, the autofill tab is immediately apparent and when clicked on gives the option to edit/delete autofill data on a per website basis.
First, if not on the latest Safari (16.3), assuming your Mac supports it, update the software and then see if the behavior changes.