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Thread: Search Limits Change Does not Remain in Effect

  1. #1
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    Feb 2006
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    Default Search Limits Change Does not Remain in Effect

    When I change my search limits to use a custom range, I often have to make the change several times before it "sticks." But now I have an even worse problem: I cannot change back to the option for "Do not apply any limits to the search."
    Actually, I can make the change with the option button, but I hit OK and reopen the dialog box, and the search limits are selected again. The changes I make do not remain in effect.
    Anyone else experience this?

    I'm using BW 7.0.018w.7 on Windows XP Home Edition with SP2

  2. #2

    Default Use command line shortcut where possible

    Hello,

    I've never had the problem you're experiencing, but I almost never use the limits dialog.

    I would encourage you to make use of the command line short cuts:
    l = remove all limits
    l mat = limit to matthew
    l mat 5 = limit to matthew 5
    l mat 5 13 limits to matthew 5:13

    A lot more is available on this in the help. Search for shortcuts in help.

  3. #3
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    I have no problem on my machine, using 18x.14. I think the latest exec is 18y now. I suggest to download it. That should fix your problem. If not, let us know again.
    Mark Eddy

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    Feb 2006
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    Default Thanks

    I did download the latest "y" version, but my problem persisted. I was able to alter the search parameters using the command line search limiting options.
    Thanks for the suggestion.

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