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When I search for a topic in the forum I get advised that there are a large number of results e.g. in the hundreds, but I am only able to view one page of 10 results. How to I get to see the other results?
I'm moving this to the Community Help forum.
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This new forum has many issues. The lack of pagination on forum search results has been reported but it's not fixed yet. Say tuned for further developments...
This new forum is a joke, hasnt this issue been going on for months???
How about all those broken scripts, they gonna fix that as well?
I guess they dont, i dont seem to be able to think about a possibility to merge the old forum with all the new posts made in the time between.
How the hell did they release this forum in its current state. Looks sloppy and really bad!
Doesnt work anymore today??
It did work last week, i do see more options. But the pagination isnt visible anymore. So we seem stuck at 50 hits 😞
They totally destroyed this forum with there re-design. How / why ios this still not foxed after 3-4 months????
This is still a huge, huge issue.
You the man!!!!
Thanks a lot
Why do they keep "fixing" things that weren't broken to begin with? ARGH!!
This problem was raised on 7 October - and is still not solved.
Hi Adobe guys, this way the forum/community user interface is pretty useless.
Wow, it is January 26, 2020 --- and it appears this issue is ongoing. Amazing.
I asked about the issue before being directed to this thread. Just astonishing.
I found this trick on the forum, you could change the search query and than it would show all results.
But today, it doesnt seem to work.
How can they not have fixed something simple as this. Its really 1 or 2 words they need to change in the main search script. How come they totally destroyed the community with this new re-design.
It does work, i need to search by Specific Posts. Hope they fix this thing
I generally can’t find half the topics on site navigation.