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Better non-latin language implementation
The search function with non-latin language is not very ideal, e.g., while type in the address bar, Orion is expect to show matched result from default search engine and from the browsing history, but when non-latin language (in my case, Chinese), the match is not always accurate, but the search result in History window is OK.
I don't actually familiar with the technical details, I recall sometimes these kind of problem is because of different work-breaking logic in different languages, English uses space to divide words, but many languages like Chinese don't, Chinese don't use spaces so usually search engines matches results with sequence combinations of characters, not sure if this is the case but just put some ideas here. I think if the search could work properly in the History window, it should be work properly in the address bar by some way.
I suggest to provide manual text encoding switch options. In some cases, non-latin languages couldn't be displayed properly due to a mistaken auto encoding detection, this actually happens pretty often especially for old webpages and mixed language ones. For example, if "View Page Source" for this page:
, Chinese characters could not be properly displayed, a manual encoding switch will be important in this kind of scenario.