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It would be really cool if the title of a post to SOPW were run through search, and if any other nodes where found, a window poped up saying, "Have you tried these nodes?" Of course, some kind of filter would be needed (don't include common words like "the" in the search, duh!)

As with most features, users should be able to disable this from their user settings.


In reply to Re: Cut down on the FAQ (Adam: Have you tried these nodes?) by Adam
in thread Cut down on the FAQs, Jack, by searching for code before you post that node. BR(Serious Title : Searching for matching node titles reduces redundancy) by boo_radley

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