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Firefox assumes any search is an attempt to go to the website when I click enter. Help?

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So for example I type in "MGSV," instead of showing results for "MGSV" it goes to MGSV.com when I click enter. I'm on mac and have never experienced this problem, until i restarted my mac recently

So for example I type in "MGSV," instead of showing results for "MGSV" it goes to MGSV.com when I click enter. I'm on mac and have never experienced this problem, until i restarted my mac recently
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My_Cheese_Is_Slippin'
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Hi dylan20kings, There are different ways that you can configure your address bar (sometimes called the "awesome" bar).

I have mine configured to search unless I enter a .com at the end of the entry (Image 1).

Set your search engine preferences on the Search Page (Image 2) and also other preferences on the Privacy & Security page (Image 3).

I hope this helps.

Hi dylan20kings, There are different ways that you can configure your address bar (sometimes called the "awesome" bar). I have mine configured to search unless I enter a .com at the end of the entry (Image 1). Set your search engine preferences on the Search Page (Image 2) and also other preferences on the Privacy & Security page (Image 3). I hope this helps.
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