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    I can't figure out how to search the forum. Each time I search it takes me to a google search.

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    I can't get the advanced search to work at all. It always says no results available, when I know I am searching something that must exist.

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    When it tells me it doesn't exist I hit back and search again, then it pops up.

    My complaint is that the search itself is usually pretty backwards. As in I know there is a recent thread on the subject and I'll go through 5+ pages without the current thread coming up so I have to sift through each forum to find it instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lakshmi View Post
    Each time I search it takes me to a google search.
    On my browser (Chrome), the "Search" button (just to the right of the "Articles" button on the green menu bar across the top) is obscured by the "Google Custom Search" field. If I put my cursor just below the Google field and click, it takes me to the SHS search page.

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    Yeah, I have the google custom search covering the search button also.
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