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    Firefox Address bar clear up

    Upon clearing ALL the private data, when u click in the address bar, previous websites are still listed.

    How do you remove these? Not very helpfull when creating images.

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    Are you clearing all private data. It gives you the option to remove each bit so maybe you haven't selected the right one? I would guess it's the browsing history that you're not clearing....

    If you are clearing it all then i'm not sure! Maybe delete the profile and create a new one?

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    Aaaaah sorted it.

    You need to install the 'Hide Unvisited' addon from Firefox.

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