In both Firefox and Chrome (latest versions) when I start typing an address of a website I have visited before, it shows a bunch of autocomplete entries.
If I want to delete a specific entry, in Firefox I can press up or down to select that particular entry, and press Shift+Fn+Delete and it's gone.
Somehow I remember this used to work in Chrome as well, and this is also what I find on various websites. But it doesn't work. At least not in my current version of Chrome (the latest).
How do I remove specific autocomplete entries from Chrome, other than just deleting the entire history altogether? (which I'd rather not do)
In case it's relevant, I'm running MacOS Mojave 10.14.6.