Wrong URL is loaded
opera-user-from-2002 last edited by
Could you tell how do you know about DNA-85321?
MrEyeballz last edited by
At the moment I find it very annoying that after I have entered the address, the first search suggestion is always chosen instead of the entered address when I press Enter.
In my case, I enter Google.de. After pressing enter, I end up in Google Translate because it is the first suggestion in the drop down list.
How can I change this?
tf99 last edited by
This answer is useless and doesn't help remove this nonsense. Always being directed to pages I don't want to visit is a waste of time. Have to leave Opera if there is any solution.
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letoatreides last edited by
Ok, I remember having this issue in the past, it's probably a bug.
I'm currently using Opera 67.0.3575.137.
I'm visiting a web page on a daily basis, let's call it https://abc.com.
Usually, when writing "a", then "b", then possibly "c", opera have completed the address bar with "https://abc.com". That's fine.
Now, last week I was creating a post on a forum and I had to generate a link to the reply form (not the actual reply), which is something close to: "https://abc.com/forum/posting.php?action=reply&t=32657".
From then on, whenever I type "a", then "b", opera autocompletes to "https://abc.com", but when I type also "c", it turns the address into "https://abc.com/forum/posting.php?action=reply&t=32657". This makes no sense to me - I don't want to 'reply again', this link should be dead and never used again.
I tried to clear the history of this link but it didn't help. I have even tried to Clear my Browing Data from 7 days ago, it did nothing except from logging me off from the abc.com site.
Also, when autocompleting, I have other proposals but there is an 'X' next to them. the unwanted link has no 'X' next to it (because it doesn't reside in my history).
I want to get rid of that item, what can I do?
Also, what is the priority of those proposals, why suddenly this one link is being proposed over and over, even though I used it like twice or thrice?