I have just entered
time.gmttime() in the Firefox location bar intending to search for documentation on this Python function. And the response was
We can’t connect to the server at www.time.gmttime(). For me myself it is immediately obvious that
time.gmttime() is not a server name as I look at it and even
time.gmttime is not - theoretically a TLD named
.gmttime can exist but the probability of a web site I would want to visit being registered in such a strange zone is near zero.
Can I configure Firefox to always consider the text typed in the location bar a search request in cases when the part that can be considered a server name is neither an IP address nor ends with a known existing TLD?