User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:7.0.1) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/7.0.1 Build ID: 20110928134238 Steps to reproduce: I pulled down an URL from my bookmarks, for example: http://hostname.mycompany.com:port/application/service/page.jsp. The location bar displayed hostname.mycompany.com:port/application/service/page.jsp. I then wanted to copy the host name. I selected "hostname.mycompany.com" and pressed ctrl-C. I then went to an editor and pasted the text. Actual results: The text pasted to my editor was "http://hostname.mycompany.com" Expected results: The text pasted to my editor should have been what I selected, "hostname.mycompany.com" Note: I understand that when copying a complete URL with ctrl-A ctrl-C, it should include the http:// prefix. But if a specific portion of the URL was selected, ignoring the http:// prefix would sometimes be a better choice. I think the http:// prefix should be excluded if the selection doesn't include the whole URL from the start to the first '/' after the host or the end-of-line.