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    Senior Member peterbruce's Avatar
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    Suggestion for Search Facility

    Eric,

    A recent post by altquark (alter ego: Jon Steel), reminded me of some problems I have had using the Search Facility. In particular, selecting the forums to search. Is it possible/worthwhile to have a check box against each forum in the Search screen so that we can select the forum(s) to search by checking the box against the forum(s) we wish to search?

    Thanks, Peter

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    Re: Suggestion for Search Facility

    You can select multiple forums by using the CTRL key.

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    Re: Suggestion for Search Facility

    Eric,

    Thanks.
    Thanks, Peter

    "Give a person a fish, feed them for a day, teach them how to fish, feed them for a lifetime."

    E9.1 TR9.1.2.1, Enterprise Server: Sun, Database Server: Sun, Oracle DB: 11g, Weblogic.
    Create!form 7

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