Bugreport: localhost:8000/api/foo opens Google Search
melbic last edited by
When I paste "localhost:8000/api/foo" into the address bar in Vivaldi and hit enter, instead of loading the page it searches the text in Google.
Then if you enter http:// in front of it, it works.
Even if the page was loaded and you adjust the address, the whole address is sent to google search.
Open the URL.
Vivaldi 1.7.735.39 (Official Build) (64-bit)
OS Mac OS X
I think, this be fixed in next Snapshot.
I cant reproduce it in my internal Vivaldi Testing browser.
antontsvil last edited by
I am having this same issue.
"localhost:8888/folder1/folder2" will search google.
Should be easy to reproduce. I'm using MAMP, but I'm assuming any LAMP stack will produce the same result.
- Create a file that is at least 2 nested folders away from server's root.
- Start the apache server
- Try accessing the file without http:// before localhost.
In my internal Vivaldi tester version i don't get this starting of a search.
I get the internal error page.
This site can’t be reached
localhost refused to connect.
And if i bind my Apache to localhost:8888 my Vivaldi shows Apache error page:
Object not found!
As i said, the Problem with 1.7 Stable will be fixed in next Stable or Snapshot.
chses910372 last edited by
I also met this problem.
I use ROR server.
Create an application hello_world
While typing localhost:3000/hello_world
it will lead to google search
As i wrote before, that is a known bug.
You do not need to post more localhost:XXX/YYYYY/ZZZZZ examples.
And the bug is already fixed in 1.8 Snapshot.