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Option for "Goto (local IP)" instead of "Search Google for (local ip)"

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One quality of life thing I really miss after switching from Chrome is the option to "Goto ip" when you highlight and right click on a local ip address.

I do a lot or networking and am going to local ip addresses all the time (ie 192.168.1.1 or 10.0.20.15). When I highlight an address in the local ranges in Chrome it gives the "Goto" option, but Firefox always offers "Search Google for"

I really miss this option and unfortunately all my searching has not yield a solution since search engines cant quite make sense of my requests.

Hopefully someone here can nail something down.

Thanks!

One quality of life thing I really miss after switching from Chrome is the option to "Goto ip" when you highlight and right click on a local ip address. I do a lot or networking and am going to local ip addresses all the time (ie 192.168.1.1 or 10.0.20.15). When I highlight an address in the local ranges in Chrome it gives the "Goto" option, but Firefox always offers "Search Google for" I really miss this option and unfortunately all my searching has not yield a solution since search engines cant quite make sense of my requests. Hopefully someone here can nail something down. Thanks!
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Yes, Firefox doesn't has such a feature to recognize an IP as a possible website to go to, whter local or on internet. This would require the presence of a protocol (http:// or https://), otherwise you only get a search offered.

You can post a feature request via "Help -> Share Ideas and Feedback".

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Might be different on Chrome smartphone vs Chrome Desktop but I don't see that on the Desktop version of Chrome. That could be because in smartphone it might be different then on Desktop. But that is for Chrome to answer that question not firefox. You can make suggestion but since that looks more smartphone feature then a desktop usage.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/file-bug-report-or-feature-request-mozilla

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The screenshots taken were on desktop Chrome 108.0.53.59.125 and desktop Firefox 102.6.0esr.

I couldn't find an option in Chrome that I enabled at any point that would allow this option.

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Apparently, chrome on my phone and desktop are somehow linked and on certain pages it offers to call the highlighted number. Never really noticed that.

I added another screenshot to show the same behavior without the call option and clearly on Desktop Chrome.

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選擇的解決方法

Yes, Firefox doesn't has such a feature to recognize an IP as a possible website to go to, whter local or on internet. This would require the presence of a protocol (http:// or https://), otherwise you only get a search offered.

You can post a feature request via "Help -> Share Ideas and Feedback".

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I will submit. Thanks!