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55 minutes ago, MiMoHo said:

Would prefer to see only results for the combination of words I type into the text search bar rather than matches for all search words threated as single search targets.

Try using the All parameter in the search.

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On 26.12.2017 at 7:23 PM, CalS said:

Try using the All parameter in the search.

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Don't have these options. When searching by the general search bar on the top right corner and pressing the enter button, the program does only show the first result but does not walk through by hitting enter again.

When using the search bar within a note (cmd+F), there aren't these parameters either.

I am using the Mac application.

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4 hours ago, MiMoHo said:

Don't have these options. When searching by the general search bar on the top right corner and pressing the enter button, the program does only show the first result but does not walk through by hitting enter again.

When using the search bar within a note (cmd+F), there aren't these parameters either.

I am using the Mac application.

The same thing is happening to me.  Hope you will fix it soon.

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3 hours ago, CalS said:

On Windows under the View menu there is an option to display search results.  I believe there is a similar option on the Mac.  

I am using macOS Sierra 10.12.6    Cannot find an option to display search results in the view menu.

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On 2017-12-31 at 8:15 AM, MiMoHo said:

Don't have these options. When searching by the general search bar on the top right corner and pressing the enter button, the program does only show the first result but does not walk through by hitting enter again.

When using the search bar within a note (cmd+F), there aren't these parameters either.

I am using the Mac application.

On Macs, we have to code the All/Any parameter in the search box

as in      any: word1 word2 word3 word4

otherwise All is assumed.  

There's documentation at   Evernote Search Grammar

 

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On 1/1/2018 at 2:08 PM, DTLow said:

On Macs, we have to code the All/Any parameter in the search box

as in      any: word1 word2 word3 word4

otherwise All is assumed.  

There's documentation at   Evernote Search Grammar

 

How do you display search results on the Mac?

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1 hour ago, CalS said:

How do you display search results on the Mac?

We only have the search box.  Enter the parameters and hit enter/return
Unlike Windows, we can't make adjustments after the results are returned

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18 minutes ago, DTLow said:

We only have the search box.  Enter the parameters and hit enter/return
Unlike Windows, we can't make adjustments after the results are returned

Well that bites.  It is handy to see the textual version of a search.  Today search below for example.

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