I've recently noticed the addition of some PM shortcuts. As far as I'm concerned, the more there are, the better, and they all can be potentially useful in the context of a forum like this one since they mostly refer to other programming resources. However I'm not really sure how often I will use any of the new ones. OTOH, speaking of internal referencing, I've often felt the need to point someone to a specific Super Search, but I could only direct them to [Super Search]. So I don't even know if it's possible within the current framework, but I'd welcome a GET access to Super Search - possibly in the form of a specially formatted node name (in which case I could at least use [href://...]), and/or a shortcut to it, so that I could write e.g.:
See [ssearch://author:blazar+section:obfu|my obfus].
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