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Recognise URLs without http

Chris Moore 5 years ago updated by Alex Jenter 5 years ago 2
This may already be in the roadmap, but I couldn't find it. Currently CN only recognises www URL's if they include the http:// at the front - so if you just type www.example.com for instance, CN won't recognise it as a URL. Would be nice if CN would recognise URLs without the http:// as a valid link.
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Hi Chris, 
Thomas is right - you can assign the URL manually. In the past CN recognized even 'cintanotes.com' as the URL, but this lead to a lot of problems. Since 'www' is nowadays seen as a rudiment, I see no compelling reason to implement this asap. But of course all will depend on number of votes!
The URL won't be recognized, when you edit it as plain text. Still there is a solution to this: Use Alt+Shift+U as a generic solution to insert links.
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Under review
Hi Chris, 
Thomas is right - you can assign the URL manually. In the past CN recognized even 'cintanotes.com' as the URL, but this lead to a lot of problems. Since 'www' is nowadays seen as a rudiment, I see no compelling reason to implement this asap. But of course all will depend on number of votes!