My idea is to put “a” and after that some character that deletes the previous letter, but I don’t know if such a character exists. Is this possible?
You should be careful with that delete-the-last-character character. I heard someone put three of them in a DOS prompt once, and deleted their house. Dangerous stuff man.
Seriously though, there is a reason an input is required. You can't have a page with no name, just as you can't have a blank URL. Stop trying to be cool and just put a name already.
Delete a house? It's *4th* april already, stop joking.
I can if I have the character. Why I may not do that? I'll get Google account deleted?
A lot of login systems are only built to handle a limited number of characters. This is both for simplicity and so people can't do unusual things, like what you're asking.
I don't think you're going to find a way to pull this one off.
If I just *knew* (how to type or copy it from somewhere) the character, I probably could as Google really does allow any character when I have at least one letter.
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There is no such character that deletes the previous character.
Here, just to prove it I'll try to put 3 of them at the end of this sente
Fine, stop joking.
Why not use a word that indicates an empty name and/or unattached meaning? "Untitled" or "Unnamed" or "Blank" or even "EmptyField" or "Nameless"?
Umm no, Google is not that stupid :D
And it's supposed to be a public page name (not real name) so no. I currently have alternate name that describes it's purpose (a G+ page) but I still would like to have empty name
copy paste from txt or word?
Copy-paste what? Empty space doesn't work, there has to be one *letter*, not just any character!
Why not just put in a space character? Many "required" inputs don't verify if it only whitespace.
Yeah, but even if I type it with alt code, it knows I don't have *letters* in it...