I'd like to not have all the perlman pages show up so
More generally, I'd like to be able to sift out nodes based
on what area they were in (with a multi-select...
At the risk of making this thread needlessly long, I'd like
to see search return all matches by default.
(Of course turning off the categories you don't want to
see is also important)
My opinions are expressed on behalf of:
- myself - old hand at perl, new to perlmonks
- my co-workers - new to perl, users, but not active participants of perlmonks
All the best,
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