It would be incredibly useful to me if there were an option in Super Search
to list the root thread only (once) even if the match happened in one or more of the replies. This would roughly be synonymous to:
grep -l search_string *.txt
In other words, I do not care where in a thread my search string appears or how many times as long as I know the thread. This is because I end up opening the thread up in its own tab and read all the replies anyway.
In any case, if this is low hanging fruit and a devil has some round tuits lying around I would be most appreciative.
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