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Using ctrl+L shortcut I can tell Chrome browser that this is a query for the default search engine. Is there an similar shortcut for URLs?

But entering mysite.dev which is a domain set up on my machine looks it up on Google. I want it to open http://mysite.dev instead. How to force it?

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If the domain ends in com you could type mysite then Ctrl+Enter to browse to www.mysite.com.

You could also create a search engine by going to chrome://settings/searchEngines and using any shortcut you want, like so. Then you could just type "my" to go to your site.

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