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Re: Improving 'Search' feature

by Sherlock (Deacon)
on Jul 03, 2001 at 22:16 UTC ( #93612=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Improving 'Search' feature

This is something I was thinking about asking for some time ago. I found out, however, that a simple solution is to not select Note from the Choose types to limit results to: area. You can choose whichever other area you want but, if you exclude Note you won't get any replies.

- Sherlock

Update: I missed this, but in your post, you were asking about the standard "Search" feature. For this, I guess it'd take a little work from vroom. I'd simply recommend using Super Search instead, I guess.

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Re: Re: Improving 'Search' feature
by nysus (Priest) on Jul 03, 2001 at 22:21 UTC
    Sherlock,

    As I pointed out, I'm talking about the standard search feature that appears on every page of PM not the "Super Search". Since the standard search has no options, I was just thinking they could transport the option you mention from the "Super Search" and make it the default behavior for the standard search.

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      Nice idea.

      Result can display number of replies, so you can see how big thread might be.

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[marto]: sounds fun, the opposite of my weekend :P
[Corion]: marto: You wrote Perl? Or did you have to work (and wrote Perl)?
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[Corion]: But I feel an introductory talk gestating, working title "Reading CPAN" - how to read module documentation, how to judge a module, how to read the module tests/examples
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[Corion]: Meh - food becons, and colleagues are staring at me, talk to you later, sorry!

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