Localhost and inspect elements request
TobiasFriberg last edited by
Hello, and thanks for a great looking browser! I ran into a problem while developing. The address bar does not like when i type "localhost" it wants me to search google for localhost, I have to write http:// before my localhost, even when I'm refreshing while I'm at my project. [i]Example: localhost/myProject.[/i] When i press enter in the address bar, google tries to search for localhost/myProject instead of refreshing the current localhost project. But when pressing links inside my project or press F5, it works just fine. Another request is when I inspect elements, I don't want a new window for my Developer tool, I want it to be sticky at the bottom or right, just like chrome. Or atleast have that as an option. Other than this, it's a great browser!
karthikraja last edited by
Hi Tobia Same Problem for me :( . The new Browser is amazing but need the improvements like you mentioned.
The Features you mentioned is the very essential for a developer… I hope the next update will resolve this B) .
Celeblhach last edited by
For the time being, try a workaround: go to http://localhost, bookmark it, go to bookmarks, edit, add the nickname "localhost". From now on writing "localhost" in the address bar will launch the bookmark. :)
Edit: actually, you can skip going to bookmarks menu, as the option to add a nickname is present already when adding a new site.
Hunsin last edited by
Hi, are there any update on this topic??
This is really annoying...
Issue with localhost is solved in 1.7 Stable.
Developer Tools sticky in browser is not implemented.
eugene.gusarov last edited by
Hi. There's still a problem with localhost if port ts specified, for example, address localhost:8080/test is still handled as search query instead of address
@eugene.gusarov That issue with FQDN localhost and port is already fixed in 1.8 Snapshot.