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In Firefox, after searching for some keyword in Google and getting a list of results, I would like to copy the link address of a particular result. But I find that the link address is not the actual address, but some modification by Google to include some information about Google itself.
For example, search "regex Is it worth using Python re.compile" in Google, and the first result is "regex - Is it worth using Python's re.compile? - Stack Overflow" whose address is https://stackoverflow.com/questions/452104/is-it-worth-using-pythons-re-compile.
Right-clicking the result, and selecting "copy the location", I will get
But I wish to get just https://stackoverflow.com/questions/452104/is-it-worth-using-pythons-re-compile.
I remember Google search used to work in the same way as I wish, but now it has changed. I was wondering if I am missing something and how to do as I wish?