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On Mac OS X 10.6, Cmd-Shift-Delete....wonderful. Except I have to wait for a new tab to open and click to confirm. Is there a keyboard shortcut to clear it with last used settings, no confirmation needed?

If there isn't a built-in way to do this, is there a hack that can accomplish it? I am looking for a one-stroke shortcut to clear the parts of history I choose to clear.

I want my browser to preserve state across sessions if I don't force it to clear.

How can I clear history with a keyboard shortcut?

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