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post #21 of 35 (permalink) Old 02-11-2010, 04:10 PM
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Yes, thats the reason. Thankyou. That's why after I logged in to reply it comes up. I think maybe the people who run this site should fix this problem. If they dont want people who are not logged in to use the search (I'm not sure why) , they could put the search button there anyways. If you hit it when not logged in, it could come up with a message that you must be logged in to use this feature. That way you wouldnt be looking for something thats not there. Again, I dont understand why they would want to limit this. I guess the forum gods proclaimed "it shall be".
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post #22 of 35 (permalink) Old 08-14-2010, 11:31 PM
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I am having trouble with the search feature. After I type in what I am looking for and hit go, I get a blank white screen. I've tried 4 times and get the same thing.

UPDATE: I only get a blank screen when I search bronco diesel. Go figure. I have tried other words and it works.
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post #23 of 35 (permalink) Old 08-15-2010, 10:22 AM
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the search problem hasn't been fixed yet. you type in something to search for and 9000 things unrelated to what you're looking for come up. the moderators need to get together and sort through some of the older posts. this site has a lot of great information and also a lot of assholes that are that way for no appearant reason. what may be obvious to some isn't so obvious to others. the stickies help but can't cover everything. so to all those out there that simply cry "search, search" to a newbie who probably has spent the last 3 days searching through countless posts of bullshit i give you the time honored ttb salute..to the others that actually do help....thank you.
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I was getting a little frustrated when I kept getting the white screen. I try the search button on different forums, but many of them suck. It does get a little irritating when you ask a question after you've spent an hour reading through volumes of posts only to have someone tell you to use search. Or they direct you to a thread that is 20 pages long when the answer you're looking for can be answered in one sentence.

It's spelled D-I-E-S-E-L, you dummy!
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I just want to add my two cents to this thread I have used the search button every time i get on here and i get tired of reading hundreds of posts to find an what i am looking for in fact tonight i was looking for information to put a 9" under my 91 but you cant find any information on how to eliminate the abs and the tone ring vss on the 8.8 that runs the abs i know that my speedo and trans and engine are ran off of the vss on the speedo gear in my t-case but after 3 hours i gave up trying to find anything'
the problem with sherch on this site is you get so much unrelated information to sort thought you get worn out and if you ask a question you get yelled at to use the search i want to know how many that tell you to search actually use it themselfes do they know how hard it is to use or do they just have all day to search unlike some of us that have a life and work and family to take care of.
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Bumping this for all the newer ppl. Use the search and use it well before you start posting. Just about any problem or ?? you might have has been answered here multiple times already

And use the advanced search


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post #27 of 35 (permalink) Old 08-12-2012, 11:41 PM
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Using the search was great. Fixed my 4x4 and passenger window thanks to you guys. Figured the $$$ I saved was because of the site so I joined for a year.

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post #28 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-20-2014, 05:15 PM
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I don't mind searching. But when a threat ends with no conclusion, or all the pictures just show up as little empty squares, it seems pointless.
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Yeah, that happens when people use image hosting sites that go out of bidness, or that change their URL format without redirecting the old URLs. If it happens in a thread you need, AND you can't find another thread with relevant pics, post a reply IN THAT THREAD asking for fresh pics to be uploaded, or for the originals to be updated with current URLs. Don't start a new thread.
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The search box is still worthless. It sends me to google, every way, every time.
I use the full site on my galaxy 3 phone

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this is mine, im only a registered user,

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I have tried searching....going to have to try an advanced search the word I was looking for is in many many posts....
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Because the same questions have been asked a million times...
not everyone has been here foreverrrrrrr to know this
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Will it find my Bronco keys? I looked everywhere today.
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As a Contributor on Classic Broncos, I can tell you that the whole point of this site and other sites like this, is ADVOCACY and LEARNING. PRESUMPTION is a sign of poor leadership; if you feel that a post or question is too "stupid", perhaps you should save the confrontational response and subsequent aggravation, and let someone who has the patience field that. We tend to forget that we were once that newbie too at some point; and we also forget about that individual who, even though they shook their head, still, at the very least, pointed us in the right direction, WITHOUT making us feel inferior. In short: if you can't answer a question without being a dick, then don't answer.

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