User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:63.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/63.0 Steps to reproduce: Have bookmarked sites, and don't have them in your history. Uncheck Options > Privacy & Security > Address Bar > When using the address bar, suggest: Bookmarks. Or set browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark false in about:config (Update from FF 62 to FF 63). Actual results: Start typing the bookmarked site in the address bar, and notice that it suggests the bookmarked site, despite the setting not to use bookmarks as a suggestion source. Expected results: Bookmarks should not be used as a suggestion source while this setting is false/uncheked, bookmarked sites should not be revealed and presented when typing in the address bar.
New Firefox version no longer uses moz_hosts, instead it suggests host from moz_origins. With this change, it ignores setting "Suggest from Bookmarks" and autocompletes url. It also seems to ignore or bypass frecency, still suggests at negative values.
It's likely a fallback from bug 1488879 and bug 1493636
This bug is still present in 64.0
Summary: Firefox 63 not honouring browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark false → Firefox 63,64 not honouring browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark false
Thanks for the update, but there's really no need to update titles/bugs for each version. This is a P1 issue and we'll hopefully get to it soon.
Summary: Firefox 63,64 not honouring browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark false → browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark false is no longer offered
Summary: browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark false is no longer offered → browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark false is no longer respected
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