Steps to reproduce:
- Create a bookmark for DuckDuckGo using address as "https://duckduckgo.com/?q=%s" and invocation character as "d"
- Invoke this by typing "d ted talk" into Orion's address bar
- Note that Orion will launch a DuckDuckGo search for "tetalk"
Orion appears to be stripping the single invocation character if it occurs at the beginning or the end of a word. You can validate this by repeating the above process using "d day" as the input to the Orion address bar and observe a DDG search for "ay". It also impacts multiple words; try "d day ted talk" and see DDG search for "ay tetalk".
This applies to any other variation of invocation keyword, for example set up a for Amazon and enter "a apple" and you'll get an Amazon search for "pple".
Orion should not strip the letter from anything in the %s parameter.
Orion, OS version; hardware type:
Orion Version 0.99.118.1-beta (WebKit 614.1.20)
MacBook Pro (macOS Monterey 12.5 build 21G72)
No images captured, the steps are easy enough to follow to produce the outcome I did.