Bug ID: 407558
Summary: Falkon thinks every string containing a dot is a URL
Target Milestone: ---
Falkon thinks every string containing a dot is a URL. Therefore, in the
combined search/addres bar, a string with a dot will not be send to a search
engine, it tries to open the page instead (which of course doesn't exist in
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Enter something.something into the search/address bar
2. Press enter
Falkon will try to load a page that does not exist.
Falkon recognises that the letters after the dot are not a valid TLD and
therefore treats the string like a regular search query.
Don't treat every string containing a dot like a URL. Check if the URL is
valid, for example by comparing it to a list of valid TLDs. If it is not valid,
treat it like a search query.
Also automatically treat every string beginning with `https://` as a URL.
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