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How can I navigate to NEW url without link or searching?

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I want to type a url in location bar and go to the page. Instead Fireox is making every singe url a search. What's worse is that it recently started making NEW urls a search IN THE CURRENT PAGE. I want to GO TO THE PAGE I TYPED IN!

I have gone through about:config and disabled everything I could recognize as making location bar text into searches or suggestions, but I have missed something. I just want to type htps://eu75.hostblast.net:2083 into the location bar and go to the page. I don't want to search the current website for it and I don't need a search engine. I ALREADY kNOW WHAT THE PAGE URL IS!

is there some way I can just use the location bar the way it was intended to be used?

被選擇的解決方法

Forgive my typo above. I was actually copying and pasting https://eu75.hostblast.net:2083. When I tried to type it here I got it wrong.

This is a very frequent problem for me. I quite often just need to go to a url I already have saved somewhere, or I need to go to a new url I haven't visited before and I don't have a link, just the address. Using the location bar like a urlbar is getting more and more difficult between the browser devs making them "awesome" and the ISPs trying to redirect users to their DNS-navigation-to-sponsored-urls "helper" search pages.

I finally got it to work by going through about:config and toggling EVERYTHING related to "search" to false. That's about 20 toggles.

I'm not sure all of those needed to toggled, but the ones that were suggested in all the help questions I could find didn't do the trick.

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選擇的解決方法

Forgive my typo above. I was actually copying and pasting https://eu75.hostblast.net:2083. When I tried to type it here I got it wrong.

This is a very frequent problem for me. I quite often just need to go to a url I already have saved somewhere, or I need to go to a new url I haven't visited before and I don't have a link, just the address. Using the location bar like a urlbar is getting more and more difficult between the browser devs making them "awesome" and the ISPs trying to redirect users to their DNS-navigation-to-sponsored-urls "helper" search pages.

I finally got it to work by going through about:config and toggling EVERYTHING related to "search" to false. That's about 20 toggles.

I'm not sure all of those needed to toggled, but the ones that were suggested in all the help questions I could find didn't do the trick.