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    Default Search Function.

    Using Search is there some way, for example, to search for the word lime without finding all the uses of the word compliment ?
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    Ladylonestar
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    Default Re: Search Function.

    Some others may have a better way, but here's what I did and it yielded pretty good results -- and I also selected "match as a phrase" each time:

    I typed lime followed by a comma (,) -- lime,

    I typed lime followed by a period (.) -- lime.

    Note: You will get instances of the word "sublime", but not so very many as to be a nuisance.

    I typed lime followed by a dash (-) -- lime-

    I typed a comma then space then the word lime -- , lime

    I typed the word limes


    See if this gives you what you want, dcampen.



  3. #3
    Ladylonestar
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    Default Re: Search Function.

    If you're not looking for posts or threads, then you can also go to the menu at the top left and click on "Directory". There you can type in "lime" and it should pull up fragrances with lime as a note.

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