How did the forums get split into all the topics/areas. What I mean is... I see things are neatly divided into sub-categories... but how did all the posts get into each one all neat and orderly? Did someone go in and read each one and categorize it? Not likely.
Also, I search for things I know are here... but get no results.
It seems that small words don't work, PS3 for example. I've seen this other places.
Also, try searching for sub-categories (word used by NG4 in this thread). If you search using sub-cat, nothing. sub-cate, a few hits but it doesn't find NG4's recent post, you have to put in the full sub-categories. If you search for categories it won't find it unless you use the whole word. categorie gets nothing, categories gets the hits though.
There are several of us moving threads around right now, so please be patient. A lot of the things I'm seeing could be put in a few different forum categories, so we basically just have to flip a coin. Sucks to have your stuff moved around, but hopefully it isn't too much of an inconvenience.
As Reboot stated, the search function isn't exactly Google, but it's what we've got.
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To cull the political pre soapbox threads just search for all DLC and "Bush Sux" posts and move those to the soapbox. That will free up some room. A few other search words for sending to soapbox:
"stem cell" "unicorn" "atheist" "Rove licks monkey balls" "Darwin" "puppet" "douchebag" "FMITGA" "Katrina" "Iraq" "Palin" "sack of hammers" "you have me confused with someone who gives a" "sniff" "jockstrap" "Sofa King" "wet dream" "the pope" "Ahmydinnerjacket" "obama" "osama" "bush -tree" "douche" "douchebag" "dumbass" "[CENSORED]" "[CENSORED]" "[CENSORED]" "[CENSORED]" "[CENSORED]" "that's what you are what am I?"
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