I bow before thy work!
I have a humble question, though. I just searched for something, got the first results, decided they looked promising, but wanted to go on searching. So I pressed "Next". For the next two search-parts (legs? attempts? How do you call these smaller batches?) I didn't get any results, only for the third and last attempt. These results looked promising as well, but - my initial results had gone.
Is there an easy way in which the results of the part-seraches can be kept? If not, one could always help onself by opening the results in new browser-windows/-tabs before hitting "Next" again.
There are nights when the wolves are silent and only the moon howls. - George Carlin
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