DavidGretzschel
Many pages I link to the brain are full of ads and annoyances and/or require a login.
But I'm alreaedy logged in and block all the ads, privacy spam, DSGTVO-spam, cookie-spam and autoplaying videos using Chrome.
So obviously I would not want to use the inbuilt Webbrowser for those.
But occasionally it would be really neat to have that for websites that are just clutter-free reference.
So I don't think the feature is strong enough to ever be enabled by a user, if it has to be enabled globally.
But it would be a shame to throw away the inbuilt web-browser, I think.

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metta
+1
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mcaton
Thank you for posting. I'll document the request. One quick little work around is to add a note to the same thought and activate it.  Next time you return to this thought, the Note will have focus, not the attached URL.

Matt
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mcaton
In thinking more about this... adding the link/URL to a note is also an optional work around.

Thanks,
Matt
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mtrifiro
I +1 the original request. The workaround is useful, but suboptimal.
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