Is there a way to configure the Tor Browser (or its alternative) to send clearnet requests directly, while retaining the ability to connect to .onion sites? Of course, in this scenario, I couldn't really be concerned about anonymity or privacy.
I just want to access an .onion site that embeds large quantities of content hosted on clearnet without having to route all of that heavy traffic through Tor. Let's say that this website only exists as a Tor Hidden Service. However, for the sake of clarity, all of this content, as well as the hidden service, are completely legal and there's no motivation to keep their use a secret. For example, its author just couldn't be bothered to pay for a static public IP address.
I had no luck trying to find a browser that would allow this kind of dynamic behavior. Frankly, web search results for queries containing "tor" or "onion" are polluted with articles from popular news sources on the various more-or-less illegal darknet content and guides on how to install the Tor Browser, due to their well-crafted SEO.