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Monday, June 26th 2006, 9:28pm

By §igma

ok sorry for this time!

now lets have fun :)

kind regards
herbert

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Monday, June 26th 2006, 9:25pm

By member4711

okeeeyyy....

Of course i did not searched for "Problem" in the first try. I tried different strings (also more than one word) after all reducing the searchstring until i gave up, getting nothing with even this generic term. Your argument have also it's logic, but hey ...why couldn't anybody or any message tell me about that?!

Ok, today it works now, using more than one word.

Anyway, do i type in at least two words, or a word that have not so much results? Well i don't expect an answer on that, but i think my point is clear.


cheers
seb

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Monday, June 26th 2006, 12:56pm

By §igma

the search string "problem" is to short for a correct search!
please try "problem with kmail" or something like that!

the most people in this forum have problems ;) so if you could enter only "problem" as search string you would get thousands of results!

kind regards
herbert

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Sunday, June 25th 2006, 1:17pm

By member4711

hi flux

thanks for remembering...

same problem or just boredom?

seb

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Sunday, June 25th 2006, 1:39am

By bildufkax

Too early...

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Monday, March 13th 2006, 2:24pm

By member4711

RE: Problems with Board Search

"Problem"

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Monday, March 13th 2006, 1:17pm

By §igma

RE: Problems with Board Search

Quoted

Originally posted by member4711
When i click on the search-button, i always get: ... search string 3-20 characters... . I tried the button in the left menu as the one in the upper navigation menubar. I use Firefox 1.5.


how many charaters have you entered?

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Monday, March 13th 2006, 12:50pm

By member4711

Problems with Board Search

When i click on the search-button, i always get: ... search string 3-20 characters... . I tried the button in the left menu as the one in the upper navigation menubar. I use Firefox 1.5.

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Wednesday, February 15th 2006, 2:22pm

By §igma

RE: State of the Forum

Quoted

Originally posted by eetbeest
There's still a number of German links - "link uns", "archiv" in the left bar; there's also a fair amount of forum spam that needs to be removed (looks like someone hit all forums with identical ads for US consumer gadgets).

Who are moderators here these days? Of the people listed under "team" at least Axel has left; Christian has sold this domain (see Qt-forum.org), so that's not a whole lot left.


hi eetbeest,

the "German links" are edited a few days ago, i hope it's ok now.

yes here are very less moderators at the moment.
are you interested in getting moderator for the whole forums and searching some more mods?

regards
herbert

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Sunday, February 12th 2006, 6:40pm

By eetbeest

State of the Forum

There's still a number of German links - "link uns", "archiv" in the left bar; there's also a fair amount of forum spam that needs to be removed (looks like someone hit all forums with identical ads for US consumer gadgets).

Who are moderators here these days? Of the people listed under "team" at least Axel has left; Christian has sold this domain (see Qt-forum.org), so that's not a whole lot left.