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Using browser.urlbar.default.behavior in Firefox 47.0

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Hello,

I used to use a setting for browser.urlbar.default.behavior of 18, which would suggest only matches of the URLs and not the titles of only bookmarks in the Location Bar. However, I've noticed that it no longer works. Typing in @ * in the Location Bar does the same effect now, whereas the current default behavior is equivalent to just *.

My question is, how can I get my old behavior back? Setting browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark to true and everything else to false still gives suggestions based on titles (For example, typing in "gma" for gmail should only return gmail.com, but instead now returns an article titled "Tips and Tricks for Gmail..." that doesn't have "gma" in the URL.

I'd really prefer not to type * @ before everything when I use the Location Bar. It feels like it's gone backwards, removing a customizable preference.

Thanks!

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browser.urlbar.default.behavior is no longer supported.

  • bug 530209 - Prefs UI for what to suggest in location bar isn't friendly to additional items/combination
  • bug 1146323 - Re-introduce preference and UI for "Only match locations, not website titles" in location bar suggestions
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cor-el said

browser.urlbar.default.behavior is no longer supported.
  • bug 530209 - Prefs UI for what to suggest in location bar isn't friendly to additional items/combination
  • bug 1146323 - Re-introduce preference and UI for "Only match locations, not website titles" in location bar suggestions

I'm aware it's no longer supported. I'd like to find a way to get the behavior it used to support, namely, displaying suggestions from bookmarks, matching URLs only. It doesn't seem like this is currently possible.

Thanks!

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