User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:7.0a1) Gecko/20110530 Firefox/7.0a1 Build Identifier: If you hold over a link, you're given a context menu. That context menu should _always_ provide the domain instead of indiscriminately truncating in the middle. Reproducible: Always
What if the domain is too long, also?
I'm sure that will happen on occasion and in those cases, simply truncate at the end. However in cases it's not too long, i.e. "http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oze_(rivi%C3%A8re)" which is linked to on Planet Mozilla and truncated as "http://fr.wikipedia...i/Oze_(rivi%C3%A8re)" then surely the domain outweighs the page and thus should be closer to "http://fr.wikipedia.org/...3%A8re)". Where we can avoid in a more important situation, being spoofed by "www.yourbank.free.com/enter_your_banking_details" becoming "www.yourbank...king_details" rather than "www.yourbank.free.com/...ls".
I would like Madhava's input here.
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