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dschwab9:
One thing that annoys me about SE is that in IE when you click on a search result to view the thread, then try to go back to search results, you are greeted by "this page has expired".  The only way to see the search results is to click refresh, then say yes to "resubmit form data".  Then, the search re-runs, which can take a lot of time and considerable CPU resources.

I've noticed some other forums, namely Vbulletin, seem to store the search results in the database temporarily.  You get a page that says "please wait", then you get redirected to a page with a URL like http://abc.def.com/search.php?&action=showresults&searchid=1513085  When you click back in the browser, you are instantly returned to a cached copy of the searc results.

Is anything like this planned for SMF?

█×:
Yes, it would be good if this would be fixed.

gandolphxx:
This is easily accomplished via simple cacheing of the result - it will be one of my first mods once the code is released - I have it already working on a 1.5.4 board and the members love it.

dschwab9:
How do you make it cache the results on just the search results, but not message index, etc?

I realize that's probably easy to do, but IMO, it's as bug and it *should* work properly on a clean install  :)

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--- Quote from: dschwab9 on August 09, 2003, 07:48:15 AM ---How do you make it cache the results on just the search results, but not message index, etc?

I realize that's probably easy to do, but IMO, it's as bug and it *should* work properly on a clean install  :)

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They are separate things.

No, this is not a bug.  It is a feature request.  It works more than properly on a clean install.

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