Update 2020-10-02: A reader just informed me this is no longer accurate. Please see his comment:
The settings are no flags anymore, it’s now an switch in the normal preferences setup called “Always show full URLs” under brave://settings/appearanceSebb
I’m currently playing around with the Brave browser and so far I like it a lot. However I’m not fond of the trend of hiding parts of the URL which some browsers do. I prefer simply reading the URL scheme myself instead of depending on some vague SSL lock icons or whatever. Here’s a quick tutorial for showing the complete URL bar in Brave.
Open a new tab and enter
chrome://flags (doesn’t matter which, both work since both are based on the Chromium project).
In the filter/search bar, enter “hide”, this will bring up the relevant flags you need to edit.
Change the following flags to Disabled
Omnibox UI Hide Steady-State URL Scheme
Omnibox UI Steady-State URL Trivial Subdomains
Omnibox UI Hide Steady-State URL Path, Query and Ref
You can also use the following link shortcuts:
See image below for your reference: