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Re: why doesn't w3m-goto-url helpfully prompt with http://?

In [emacs-w3m : No.12104] jidanni@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> g runs the command w3m-goto-url...
> but why doesn't it prompt with "http://";?

In general, I don't think a url string is human-readable nor
human-editable.  When people do it, they copy a complete url
from somewhere and paste it there, don't they?

> OK, I see other browsers don't either, and one can directly enter www...

At that time you will see this in the minibuffer:

URL or Keyword (default ...): 

Where Keyword means you can enter free words to search using
Google.  If you don't want it to do so, set the user option
`w3m-enable-google-feeling-lucky' to nil, and you will get the
behavior like firefox, i.e., you can enter a url there without