1) Set Google as your default search engine (maybe this happens with other searches, I dunno) 2) type in a multiple-word search string into the title bar, like "godel escher bach". Mozilla brings up a bar below for "search google for...", but you ignore that, hit Enter. 3) Mozilla shows a popup with "the URL is not valid and cannot be loaded". This is correct, hit enter. 3) Hit Ctrl-L to select the URL text field, hit down twice, and the 'Search Google for "godel escher bach"' should be highlighted. Hit Enter. 4) Mozilla shows the "the URL cannot be loaded..." popup again. This is not good, it should have searched Google for those terms, since that's what I asked for. Also worth noting is that if, in step 3, you deleted the final "h" in "bach" and re-typed it, all is well and Mozilla sends the string to Google for searching, which is what I've taken to using as a workaround. This is with 1.2a
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 168019 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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