For example, if i wanted to find the first thread ever posted about tom wallisch, i could not do it, because if i search tom wallisch it will only give me 50 results when there are probably more like 150 threads on him.
I think it would be sweet if the search showed every thread. It would help stop reposts to!
Can somebody who is more web development savvy than me explain this?
Because it seems that adjusting the number of search results would be a
pretty simple change in code, but perhaps since people have been
complaining about this for years
without any results means it's actually really difficult...?
Holy fuck shut the fuck up. They've explained this 50 times. When they change one thing on the site, it effects a bunch of other things too like a domino effect. It takes a while to do things because of that.
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What would be really nice would be real advanced search capabilities. For example, searching within a date range, within a thread in addition to the title, spell checking, etc., all in order of relevance.
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another change would be that thing where if you misspell something by like a letter it says "did you mean" or "were you thinking of. " right now its so sensitive you have to get every underscore and letter perfect