Status: fully resolved

    Search Box in Support Forums

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    I think it would be a good idea to have individual search boxes for each support forum. Though would it be possible to have one for each project entirely? That way, you go to your project, type "issue image" and it comes up with all the references of image from the support forum, or you can just type "image" and it comes up with all appearances of the word in the whole project without having to search the whole site. If the search function already lets you narrow your search to a project, just let me know how it does it and I'll drop the second idea. search in project support is still good.

    Anonymous's picture
    w00t (not verified)
    November 8, 2007 - 5:38pm
    have you tried the "advance search"

    Anonymous's picture
    Corjay (not verified)
    November 8, 2007 - 7:12pm
    We have an advanced search? Shouldn't there be a link to it under the search bar? I didn't even know it existed, and I don't remember anything being linked anywhere.

    Full Bleed's picture
    Full Bleed
    November 8, 2007 - 8:06pm
    I'm for a local search box.

    Because, like Corjay, I don't even know where the advanced search is, and I think that even if I did, the Support forums are a special case where finding if an issue has been reported is important or there will be multiple posts on the same issues.

    CleanCutRogue's picture
    November 12, 2007 - 10:41am
    Now, when viewing a project's front page, you'll have a "Search In Project" textbox where you can type anything you want to look for and can specify "entire project", "documents only", "forums only" etc.  Also, when viewing any support issues queue, you will find a "Search In Support" area.  Seems to work... tested it quite a bit.
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