Community Forum Search

 
#1

I've been using the Community Forum Search to get more information on the 4-in-1 sensor.
I get 114,798 Threads returned and I've noticed that every post to a thread is showing up separately thus the huge volume of threads. Makes using the search engine very time consuming. I don't recall it being like this in the past.

#2

Hope you figure it out BHouston, but until then...

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#3

Use Google. site:ez-robot.com "4-in-1 sensor"

#4

I was going to make a post about the forum search, because I was trying information for a tutorial I was making, but the first bit of relevant info was on page four. I suggest the algorithm is revamped, and filters are added, such as title only, user, etc.
That or utilize google search built in.

#5

Do you mean Google search is built into ezb software?

#6

no, from google. Google does a great job of indexing these forums and is often the best way to find information.

#7

Following up on @bhouston initial comment, it seems there is forum search bug.

IF you search:
movex_counter

returns the #114,825 entries:

1) thread 10327, debug info in the description: 154.movex_counter.

2) thread 10327, duplicated entry, debug info in the description: 176.movex_counter.

all the other threads are not related i.e. no search token and debug info in the description:

Code:


Alan-1.movex_counter.



We can assume -1 means no relevance and we can blame Alan Smile he left his signature there.

*** Alan only in the first non related post Smile

#8

@TheTechGuru
I have been using the google site: technique you told me about a few months ago and it works great!

Thanks for the tip,
Frank