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moderated #bug in member search #bug #fixed


Su
 

After reading the posts at GMF about many yahoo email addresses suddenly bouncing, I checked my largest group. I have about 100 bouncing, so I did a search to see how many were yahoo. That's when it got weird.

It shows that there are 60 such addresses, displayed on 3 pages of 20 each. However, pages 1, 2, and 3 show identical information, i.e. the same names, email addresses, etc. The only difference it it says "1-20 of 60" on the first page, "21-40 of 60" on the second, and "41-60 of 60" on the third.

Looking over the original bouncing list (before the search is applied) it does appear that there are around 60 yahoo addresses. It's just that they don't actually show up properly after the search. If I click on the member on the second or third page, it really does take me to the same member's record.

Thanks,
Su


 

Hello,

This should be fixed now.

Thanks,
Mark


Su
 

Thank you, Mark! I have verified that it is working correctly for me now.

Su


Bob Bellizzi
 

Mark, no matter how/where I set my line count, it appears that the 20 line max is back in Search
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Bob Bellizzi


Judy F.
 


Bob, I don't know if your problem is the same as mine, , but when I search in messages using an email address, I don't see the message I'm looking for, but when I scroll through the list, it is there. 

This makes my job of checking out information for ads on a buying and selling group very difficult and time consuming.  I mentioned it to Duane and he said there was a bug a while back, but
thought it had been fixed. 

Thank you.
Judy F. Moderator
Sew it's For Sale GIO
SW Florida - USA


Bruce Bowman
 

On Sun, Oct 4, 2020 at 04:10 PM, Judy F. wrote:
Bob, I don't know if your problem is the same as mine, but when I search in messages using an email address, I don't see the message I'm looking for, but when I scroll through the list, it is there. 
Judy -- The From: line of a message is not indexed for searching. Only the message body and the subject line is.

Regards,
Bruce


Judy F.
 

Bruce, I should have mentioned this, but didn't realize that's how the search worked or if I did, I didn't remember

We require an email address in every ad along with the member's first name (on separate lines) .  This appears at the end of the message. 

This issue isn't something that just occurred, but did happen once before and then things started working  until now. 

Thank you,
Judy F.
SW Florida - USA


 

Bob,

On Sat, Oct 3, 2020 at 3:04 PM Bob Bellizzi <cdfexec@...> wrote:
Mark, no matter how/where I set my line count, it appears that the 20 line max is back in Search


This is member search? ie the /members URL? Are you searching a type of members (ie Bouncing), or all members?

Thanks,
Mark 


Bob Bellizzi
 

Mark,
This is in a search of the message archives for a recurrence of " Jun" which is a name.
However, I have my account preferences set to infinite  scroll and while just rechecking, found that
ALL of my searches limit to 20 results.
I have my name in my signature and I'm most likely the most prolific poster in the group and every post has my full name in it as it shows in my signature below.
But I quote it in my search
I also just tried my name as below without quotes and it only gives 20 results.
???
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Bob Bellizzi


 

On Tue, Oct 6, 2020 at 1:03 PM Bob Bellizzi <cdfexec@...> wrote:
Mark,
This is in a search of the message archives for a recurrence of " Jun" which is a name.
However, I have my account preferences set to infinite  scroll and while just rechecking, found that
ALL of my searches limit to 20 results.
I have my name in my signature and I'm most likely the most prolific poster in the group and every post has my full name in it as it shows in my signature below.
But I quote it in my search
I also just tried my name as below without quotes and it only gives 20 results.


The message search results page never supported infinite scroll. I've just added it.

Thanks,
Mark


Bob Bellizzi
 

Thank you, Mark!
The only final  issue I have is that 
If one is looking for the number of hits, besides all of the actual hits,
They must issue the search twice, with an interveng change in their Profile preferences,
Once for the quantity and once for getting the full list if it's long.
In this case it runs into the hundreds of Topics because he is a top dog specialist with an international practice.
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Bob Bellizzi