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Search is ''glitching''?

a search on jonah shows a post called quieting CPU fan

definitely not what i posted...


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please try again Jonah...

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it should be working now.

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(NT) (NT) just tried again Lee, still "CPU fan"

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Jonah where are you entering your name...

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Advance search? or from the search bar?

Are you entering jonah jones or just Jonah?

Let me know because I don't get the CPU fan result.


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i start on the "welcome to cnet forums" page

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Even stranger Jonah is that there IS

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I just updated that page to point to the Jive search... try

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it again.

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no luck

if i put 'jonah jones' in the search box, the post doesn't show, if i put 'amnesia' it shows...

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despicable is the word, yes siree!

and of course ''amnesia'' is also a word...
in this case i use it for those who 'forget' that in every spy game, there are those who ''buy'' and also those who ''sell''...


Posted by: jonah jones (see profile) - 06/30/2005 8:06 AM
In reply to: This is a bit of too much! by Dan McC

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a little clarification Jonah

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From the forum front door:

are you entering 'Jonah Jones' in the Green bar search box or from the gray box right under the Intro paragraph "Welcome to CNET forums"?

This is the result I get when enter your name in the gray forum search box:

The green search box specifically only on the forum front door is a search within CNET Reviews rather than a search within forums. I know it is a bit confusing, since the rest of the forum pages uses that green bar search to search the forums.

Let me know if this makes sense.


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confusing is the word

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i type jonah jones
here(screenshot 1)

that now takes me
here(screenshot 2)

whereas before it took me
here(screenshot 3)

if i type amnesia, it takes me
here (screenshot 4)
and the missing post is there, and with the original subject line, (not "quieten the CPU fan)

*yawn* it's 01:00Am over here Lee, so i'll say g'night' and leave you with a jerry can of "midnight oil"......



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