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    Default Thunderbolt, Stock Browser - HTTP always in front??

    So, I've got my TB and have installed an earlier version of Swype (Evo).

    I love that swype works great, except for the auto space with the stock SMS (Handcent FTW).

    I've tried Dolphin Mini/HD, FF and Miren. I gotta say that I'm loving Miren, but because Swype auto space doesn't work at all, I'm back to the stock browser.

    One of the things I love is being able to just type in search words in the browser bar, but I have having to erase the "http://www." everytime in the stock browser.

    For example, if I want to search for "amsterdam", I go to the top, touch the browser bar, and see that everything is highlighted...EXCEPT for the "http://www."

    So I need to manually delete/clear out the "http://www.", then go back and swype "amsterdam" to search from the bar.

    Is there anyway to have the stock browser take out the "http://www." on the Thunderbolt as a default?

    p.s. does Miren support swype auto space...if so, how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yessir View Post
    One of the things I love is being able to just type in search words in the browser bar, but I have having to erase the "http://www." everytime in the stock browser.

    For example, if I want to search for "amsterdam", I go to the top, touch the browser bar, and see that everything is highlighted...EXCEPT for the "http://www."

    So I need to manually delete/clear out the "http://www.", then go back and swype "amsterdam" to search from the bar.

    Is there anyway to have the stock browser take out the "http://www." on the Thunderbolt as a default?

    p.s. does Miren support swype auto space...if so, how?
    I noticed this too, the fix is to not click the address bar to do a search. Instead click the "search" android button (the magnifying glass icon at the bottom of the phone). That will pop up a place to type in search words and terms, and it wont add the "http://"

    It's kind of dumb, I agree. But thats the only way around it I know of.
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    Omg thanks for that reply. I know.the answer "press the search button" is simple but I don't even think about it. This will save me a lot of back spaces.

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