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How to make Firefox treat text with dots in the search bar as search queries and not websites

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In Chrome, for example, I'd insert search queries onto the address bar like "psycopg2.extensions", "someword.someword" and chrome would interpret those as a search query and would redirect me to my default search engine.

Firefox, however, treat this as a website URL and proceed to complete with .com

How can I change this settings?

Thank you very much!

In Chrome, for example, I'd insert search queries onto the address bar like "psycopg2.extensions", "someword.someword" and chrome would interpret those as a search query and would redirect me to my default search engine. Firefox, however, treat this as a website URL and proceed to complete with .com How can I change this settings? Thank you very much!

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You can possibly initiate a search by typing a '@' and selecting the search engine.

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Or you can go to the search engine website and make your search from there.

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Hello Daniel,

I always put a "?" (question mark without the quotes) in front of it, like :

?psycopg2.extensions

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