Access from google-search results

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Apr 05, 2009 Apr 05, 2009

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Adobe forums lost the functionality to open the entire message board thread from the google-search results.  It will direct you first to the main page and required you to be signed in first.  AND when you managed to sign in, you are just in the main home page without the result you clicked from the google-search.

And even if you are signed in already, clicking the google-searched result pointing to the adobeforums will still lead you to the main home page instead of the actual thread discussion.

I hope this functionality will be considered again.  The forums has TONS of sections and products and it will be difficult to use operators here versus the one that Google use.

Also the forums has not migrated all the topics especialy in the premiere elements section.

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Apr 05, 2009 Apr 05, 2009

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Im guessing the google index is simply no longer valid; pointing to link urls of individual msgs that no longer exists; ergo the website redirects to the main page.   Im also guessing when google re-indexes the new forum direct links will work.

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Apr 05, 2009 Apr 05, 2009

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Curt Wrigley wrote:

Im guessing the google index is simply no longer valid; pointing to link urls of individual msgs that no longer exists; ergo the website redirects to the main page.   Im also guessing when google re-indexes the new forum direct links will work.

I'd second that. The new forums are only hours old. Google doesn't work that quickly with the indexing.

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