"Clear Browsing History" when delete multiple items

fixed

#1

Steps to reproduce

In Google Chrome
Highlight more than one item.
Press Ctrl + Shift + Del.

Expected result

The item deleted. Then focus on the next object.

Actual result

Open “Clear Browsing History”

Environment

Windows 7, Google Chrome.


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#2

Hi Chris,

For me, when I select multiple items, I can delete them by pressing the Delete key by itself. Is there a reason you’re using Ctrl+Shift+Del?

Craig


#3

@Craig_Oliver, it’s the shortcut to delete item and move the cursor to the next item instead of the previous one. I think that’s why he’s doing it.

@Chris: I can repro this issue. It might be a new Chrome thing, as the shortcut worked well when the shortcut was first introduced. We have tracked this bug on our todo list, and will fix it as soon as we can! Thanks again for letting us know.


#4

Oh, cool! I didn’t know you could do that. Thanks!


#5

@Chris: this should be fixed now, could you confirm that please?


#6

@Chris: last call for confirming this, please :slight_smile:

If no response, I’ll close this, as it’s fixed during our test. Thanks!