ThomasStraten 0 Posted July 10, 2008 Share Posted July 10, 2008 Dear all,First, good job on both platforms, they do work better, faster and are more eye-appealing. (Again thanks to iafanasyev for the printing template, that is simply neat!)But I am still troubled by the Web and Windows not working the same way.Defect in Windows:The impossibility to multiselect tags in an OR fashion like the web does. (In Windows it is an AND restrictive multipleselection only),in other words the lack of the and/any selection field that is present in the WEB version.Defect in WEB:The misunderstanding of saved searches containing an "any:" token (thus adding it at the end of a query in the blue automatic "Showing...." part.The addition (weird) of an * after some words leading to uncorrect results.And another thing related to the above to show misbehaviorsI think (not sure) I put a test for you to try in a thread but cannot find it. So I'll put it here:Purpose of the test is to find occurences of a pair of words "thing sense", with/without separator, in singular or plural.Awaited outcome: 4 of the 5 notes are to be found correctlyCREATE 5 NOTES IN THE DATABASE as follow (don't put the numbers):1) A philosopher's thinking about the real and thing-sense.2) A philosopher's thinking about the real and thing sense.3) A philosopher's thinking about the real and things-sense.4) A philosopher's thinking about the real and things sense.5) Reality and things that might have a given sense. ----------this last note should never be found as no pair exist.CREATE A SAVED SEARCH IN WINDOWS WRITING IN THE SEARCH FIELD (name it as you wish):any: "thing sense" "thing-sense" "things sense" "things-sense"TRY clicking the saved search in windows and in the WEBWindows will be OKWeb will find the 5 instead of the 4. (And you will see the weird any: and the * I am mentionning in the blue SHOWING.... in two of the searched pairs)Worse: IF YOU LOOK into the SEARCH field above on the right of the web system, you will see that the same pairs that have the * added are missing the "" that was written in the windows field while creating the search (as the sentence shows in the paragraph above, each pair (the 4 of them) is surrounded by "" as insisted by Iafanasyev had mentionned as correct syntax)I suggest you copy and paste the notes and the saved search from above to be sure of the test.Best regardsTom Link to comment
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