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I was unable to find a link to remove a game from the list (in the web interface at least)

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You want to go to view your wishlist: (yours is here)


(not my wishlist)

While viewing your wishlist, you will notice the "Added on" line below the title. At the end of this line, there is a remove link. Use this remove link to remove an item from your wishlist.

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Do note that you need to be logged in to be able to remove iitems from your wishlist.

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    I can't believe I missed that! -- Is it me or it can use a re-design? (I was looking in the "Links" drop down, in the right, at the top, but did not see it there) – juan Dec 7 '10 at 14:14
  • I think it's okayish, but I see your point. I think the dropdown was added very recently, this really changed the situation but the 'Remove' link wasn't reconsidered. – Cort Dec 7 '10 at 14:58
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    I don't have that link.. have they changed the design or is my account bunged? – Damon Nov 23 '13 at 4:58
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    O never mind.. it just logs me out everytime I turn around. – Damon Nov 23 '13 at 5:10
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    For those in mobile web/app, the link may not be viewable because the layout stacked against each other. Solution: view the web/app in landscape mode. – aff Dec 28 '17 at 5:58
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You can do this from your Steam Community Profile page. Go to the Games section, then click on the Wishlist tab. From there you should see a remove link for each game.

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In the source by press F12 In Chrome, look for this var g_rgWishlistData = in there you can find the appid.

Go your wishlist page, press F12, go to Console, and insert this:

$J.post( g_strWishlistBaseURL + 'remove/', {
                'appid' : 0,
                'sessionid' : g_sessionID
});

Replace the appid with the id from the list, and press enter.


For example, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim(Old one, hidden by Steam)'s appid is 72850. (as i said, In the source by press F12 In Chrome, look for this var g_rgWishlistData = in there you can find the appid.)
Go to your wishlist page, F12, Sources, and type the following text and Enter.

$J.post( g_strWishlistBaseURL + 'remove/', {
                'appid' : 72850,
                'sessionid' : g_sessionID
});

and it will removed from your wishing list.

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    This is good to know and shows a lot of effort, but it might be a little too technical for the crowd on this site. – JonathanDavidArndt Apr 4 at 2:59
  • This is a good answer though pretty technical, it might be useful for people looking to do a bit more manipulation of their wishlist. I have cleaned up your formatting a bit so it is a bit more readable. – Malco Apr 4 at 14:27

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