User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (masking-agent; rv:43.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/43.0 Build ID: 20150916030203 Steps to reproduce: 1) Create a new/empty profile; 2) Disable the suggestion/autocomplete of bookmarked pages on the urlbar, either in the options interface or via adding user_pref("browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark", false); to the prefs.js profile config file; 3) Add a new bookmark to Firefox; 4) Start typing the new bookmark URL on the urlbar; Actual results: Firefox still suggests and autocompletes the bookmarked domain. Note: the full URL is not suggested/auto-completed, only the bookmarked URL domain. Expected results: The domain of the bookmarked URLS should bot be presented as suggestion and/or be auto-completed. Please do note that the bookmarked domain was never visited before said procedure, see attached screenshot, this can also be replicated after cleaning the history of a profile.
*should not be presented auto-correct seems to also be buggy :3
yes, we have a query that ensures we only autofill bookmarked entries when history is disabled, but we don't have a query that does the opposite. I think the reasoning was that if you have something bookmarked, it's very likely you'll visit it, so the cases where this bug can happen are rare. I think to introduce this special case, we first need to simplify the code by removing the autoFill-untyped case, otherwise the code may become too complex.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Priority: -- → P3
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