Created attachment 8798883 [details] Screenshot_20161007-162523.png User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.11; rv:49.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/49.0 Build ID: 20160922113459 Steps to reproduce: 1. open an url 2. bookmark it with star 3. click "options" to edit the bookmark 4. enter 1 keyword, then a comma, then a second keyword Actual results: the OK button becomes disabled (greyed). I cannot save my bookmark with 2 keywords. Expected results: the OK button stays enabled and allows me to save my bookmark with several keywords.
Keywords are a unique string without spaces or commas. Keywords are not the same as tags. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-search-from-address-bar
thank you Kevin for the explanation about keyword and tags. :) so I think there is a mistake in the bookmark edition form on FF for Android. The 3rd line of the form should ask for "tags" and not "keyword". Let me explain : If you read the article "how-search-from-address-bar", it says that "smart keyword" are only related to a specific "search field" in the bookmarked page. It is a very special use case that is "the user wants to create a shortcut for searching into a specific website". When I'm creating a bookmark in FF for Android, I'm creating a "normal bookmark", not a "search field bookmark". So "smart keyword" should not be asked, but tags should. I think I should create another report.