Ctrl+Enter does not append .com to url if autocomplete matches history.
rfc0001 last edited by
Unlike Chrome, FF, IE, Edge, and Safari, Ctrl+Enter does not consistently prefix www. and append .com to the word in the address bar if the word matches an item in the history. E.g. if you have previously visited https://xyz.com/homepage and type xyz then Ctrl+Enter, rather than be taken to http://www.xyz.com you are taken to https://xyz.com/homepage since the Ctrl is essentially ignored and the Enter completes the autocomplete of https://xyz.com/homepage.
burnout426 last edited by
I tried to reproduce and couldn't. Do you have an example of a site with step-by-step directions?
RotJ last edited by
Steps to reproduce:
- Start typing any URL you frequently visit so it autocompletes.
- For example, typing "go" autocompletes to google.com/maps.
- When I hit ctrl+enter after typing "go", I expect to be taken to go.com.
- Instead, the autocomplete takes priority and I am taken to google.com/maps.
- If you type "go" and then backspace to remove autocomplete, hitting ctrl+enter will take you to go.com.
This is counter to the behavior of Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Internet Explorer which all take you to go.com regardless of autocomplete.