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Whenever I type one letter in the Firefox URL window, My standard keyboard is swapped out for another with a reduced spacebar and a .com button. On click there is a www keyboard, but typing one letter invokes the .com keyboard I want to stop firefox from switching keyboards. Thanks!

Whenever I type one letter in the Firefox URL window, My standard keyboard is swapped out for another with a reduced spacebar and a .com button. On click there is a www keyboard, but typing one letter invokes the .com keyboard I want to stop firefox from switching keyboards. Thanks!

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This is not configurable from Firefox. You can check the keyboard options for such a setting.

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This is not configurable from Firefox. You can check the keyboard options for such a setting.

This is not configurable from Firefox. You can check the keyboard options for such a setting.

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Thanks! it is exchanged in the variable "inputtype" which changes based on mouse down in various types of form fields ie the URL window. They dont even make a keyboard app that can control that on Android OS. I thought perhaps I cohld specify inputype in aboit congig for that URL window. It should be text.. no need fir a ,com buttonnit rearranges the entire lower row and shrinks the spacebar to half its size.

Thanks! it is exchanged in the variable "inputtype" which changes based on mouse down in various types of form fields ie the URL window. They dont even make a keyboard app that can control that on Android OS. I thought perhaps I cohld specify inputype in aboit congig for that URL window. It should be text.. no need fir a ,com buttonnit rearranges the entire lower row and shrinks the spacebar to half its size.