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Guide on how to use search function ._.


Volke

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Heck you could make it into a stamp and people wouldn't use it ._.

This should really be on the whitelist.. How to use search function.

I feel bad for all the CH and Mods having to answer the same question that gets asked 10 times a day.

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Heck you could make it into a stamp and people wouldn't use it ._.

This should really be on the whitelist.. How to use search function.

I feel bad for all the CH and Mods having to answer the same question that gets asked 10 times a day.

Yeah same. I mean yeah it can happen on some occasion that someone does not find what they are looking for. But damn, when there are soooo many of the same topic, it's hard to to find hehe.

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I actually think there is a thread on this already...

The irony :P

If there is the irony is strong..

Edit: F11 myself....it was from like 2 years ago though so cut me some slack :P

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I actually think there is a thread on this already...

The irony :P

If there is the irony is strong..

Edit: F11 myself....it was from like 2 years ago though so cut me some slack :P

True, but hopefully people will now look at the thread and use the search button :D

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Yes I've been doing it wrong for ages. I thought you had to make a new thread first and then use the search function to copy & paste the text from a previous thread with the same question and use that as your question.

X.X at least it clears it up.

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The people who need to learn how to use it are the same people who won't look up the thread on how to use it :D

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