The "network.IDN.whitelist.la" setting in about:config is being ignored
By default .la domains are not enabled to show IDN names (they get converted to punycode).
I want to override this just on my PC so I created the new setting network.IDN.whitelist.la as a boolean and set it to true. But when I navigate to
If the other one doesn't work, then it's probably because symbol domain names aren't supposed to be allowed. I thought the network.IDN.blacklist_chars preference would be the place to look, but I didn't see the character there.
Re: The "network.IDN.whitelist.la" setting in about:config is being ignored
I can see the character (also when I hover the link http://%F0%9F%92%A9.la ), but as soon as it is pasted in a reply and submitted then it gets removed including any text that follows it (preview shows it).
That is why I posted the encodeURI version (http://%F0%9F%92%A9.la).
That probably also happened to the OP in the first post that only shows "( http://" as the last text and not that character.