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.