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Gretchen's picture

How can we search for ANYTHING without the old CT mozinga number?  Is there a way? If not, just omit the whole thing. Who on earth would have the topic number of a recipe. SILLY.

Gretchen
RDA's picture

MZinga Search Box (post #69752, reply #1 of 5)

I know the Search box at the top right of the screen runs a little slowly, but it usually produces relevant results based on the keywords you enter. The MZinga search box was requested (http://forums.finecooking.com/feedback-a...). It's there for people who want it; others can ignore it.

Gretchen's picture

Thannk you. That search box (post #69752, reply #2 of 5)

Thannk you. That search box seems so, so  unidentified, and particularly as if it relates to FC as a whole, rather than Cooks Talk. i was really inquiring for Nutcakes and will tell her.

Gretchen
AmateurCook's picture

Advanced Search (post #69752, reply #3 of 5)

I do not find the search category "Containing any of the words" useful.  If you enter three words, you will get three different topics.  Did we not use to have "containing all the words"?  I will enter a few words that I thought were in a post I was looking for, but each word will produce a different topic, search will not look for all the words in one post.

MEANCHEF's picture

Couldn't you use the (post #69752, reply #4 of 5)

Couldn't you use the "containing the phrase" option?

RDA's picture

If you haven't already. . . (post #69752, reply #5 of 5)

Try this: If you remember a specific sentence (or a few words or phrases from the sentence) from the post you're looking for, or even better—a recipe title, if that's what you happen to be looking for, put it in quotes in the search box above. You'll get more targeted results that way.