The search bar is really useful for looking up blanket terms, but for specific ones – like Saturn’s moon Titan – it’s really hard to search for unless you know the right ones that don’t get it mixed up with the 1200+ other matches with “Titan” in them.
Is there a way to implement a better disambiguation that searches throughout the database for two disparate words e.g. Titan (moon) and finds them without pulling everything relating to the word Titan?
I think this would really help a lot. It would certainly be hard for the Ishtar Peeps (IDK who does this magic) to do, but if it was possible I’m sure so many people would appreciate it.
Thanks for the suggestion @GhostDante, and thanks for the +1 @SleepyAwoken. This would be a really cool thing to do, but I’m not sure how to do it!
Text search out-of-the-box is pretty simple, if you type the word “titan” it just looks for instances of that word. Some search tools will also search for variants of the word, but I don’t know of any search tool that searches based on the context of the word.
I’ve been giving the idea some thought, and I’ll continue to look into it, but I don’t have very high hopes for this feature, sorry!
This is a cool idea and would be great but quite how to do it is well beyond my skill set. I’m a member of the “turn it on and it works if it doesn’t thump it till it does” brigade.
(I still use a 70s laptop - otherwise known as a notepad and pen lol).