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Topic # 5593 11-Nov-2005 03:52
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I'm a newcomer, but I can't seem to find a search option on this site other than Google.
Seems like a real downside. I don't want to search the WEB, or Pricegrabber.com, I just want to search the @#$$%% GEEKZONE!!!

(better now- thanks for letting me rant)
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Editing:
Yup, you can certainly tell I'm a newbie-- I took time to read some of this forum, and I realize that some of my difficulties are due to my Firefox browser, which I will give up only thru my cold dead hands before I go back to IE.
Having to insert a handfull of code just to search a specific forum is just too much for my old brain.
I'm torn between benefitting from the wisdom on this website, and struggling with unneeded code entry.
I think I'll revisit from time-to-time and see how things evolve. (Hmm-- I'd like to do that with Planet Earth too)

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Reply # 23017 11-Nov-2005 08:29
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Hello Regh... Using the Google Search box on the side of this page has nothing to do with Firefox or Internet Explorer. You can simply enter a search query and check the button "geekzone.co.nz" and this will do the trick.

If you want a more specific search then you can use the power of Google and enter site:geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp and this will provide results in the forum pages only, while using the site:geekzone.co.nz/content.asp will provide results in the content pages only.

You can use this on the main Google website too.

We have done this because a search directly into the SQL database consumes to much time and users are more likely to get better results when using the Google Search, which has a more comprehensive algorithm.

As for the Firefox problems - there are no problems. The only thing is that when entering a post the icons for Text Editing are not active. Everything else works as designed.





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  Reply # 23021 11-Nov-2005 09:33
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I use Opera these days - its free, works really well, looks really nice, and doesnt need plug ins for africa to do cool things...

I no longer use Firefox, but will revisit it to see how it evolves...




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  Reply # 23038 11-Nov-2005 19:33
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Hey Disenchanted,

Have you tried the mobile version of opera? do you know if it would work on a Apache?

and a question to all, is there a better windows mobile 5 browser then IE (not that IE is that bad).

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Reply # 23039 11-Nov-2005 19:45
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I am waiting for Access Netfront to be compatible with Windows Mobile 5.0...






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  Reply # 23130 13-Nov-2005 19:57
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Morbid1: Hey Disenchanted,

Have you tried the mobile version of opera? do you know if it would work on a Apache?

and a question to all, is there a better windows mobile 5 browser then IE (not that IE is that bad).

Cheers.

No i havent and no i dont, but i suspect not...




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