Steps to reproduce:
I'm unsure where the top hits suggested in the address bar are coming from. When I type "gm" in the address bar, it shows "gmx.net" in the top hits. Top hits are auto highlighted and thus, when hitting enter after typing "gm", gmx.net will open. This is a great feature if it would provide a personalized suggestion under "top hits". However, I never used or visited GMX before - it isn't in my history, as you can see from the screenshot. What I use all the time is Gmail, and honestly, I would like to see gmail.com in the top hits, but it only shows in history.
Top hits should be personalized top hit websites. Safari doesn't propose anything about GMX after entering "gm". It proposes "account.gmail.com" as I use this website often.
I once typed "intranet.mycompany com" instead of "intranet.mycompany.com" in the address bar. This resulted in a google search, which of course, did not provide any results. Now "intranet.mycompany com" shows up in the top hits and in the suggestions. Even after removing it from the history, it is still visible in the suggestions but luckily removed from the top hits.
I would like to be able to remove address bar entries directly from the address bar once they are showing up. Maybe by hitting ⌥ + backspace. Or showing a delete button when hovering and clicking ⌥. This would solve the described issue.
I guess anyone of us, very seldom of course, enters or visits websites that shouldn't show up anywhere in the address bar while typing. Seeing this feature implemented in Orion would make at least my life a lot easier.
Orion, OS version; hardware type:
macOS 13.2, Orion 0.99.123