Today I noticed that my beloved Firefox browser started to cut off the web address (more precisely the HTTP request method) in the address bar since I recently upgraded to Firefox 7.
This is how it looks:
When being connected to an SSL secured website, the https:// is still shown:
Maybe I'm nostalgic or whatever, but I still want the http:// to be shown there, like it is shown on https sites.
To re-enable this, a setting in the Firefox config needs to be changed.
In the address bar enter "about:config", as if you wanted to access a website. Then click on the "I'll be careful, I promise" button.
The important setting here to change is the following:
Double-click on the "browser.urlbar.trimURLs" row and it will change the value to false (and it will become bold).
From now on the address bar shows the http:// again:
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