Oh weirdly now seems to be working (after I capitalized it…)?
That’s weird, too… If you notice, I didn’t capitalize my search, but it found the results which were capitalized.
NOTE: Oh, look… Discourse has changed italics from an underscore to an asterisk. Good to know.
I have really enjoyed how my glowforge continues to evolve. In my view, the biggest benefit to a device that is internet connected… Just like my Tesla, it is better than when I bought it.
Well Done Team!
It will find instances that are within a displayed page or two. It will not find an instance further down the list. So “find” is not useful at searching the projects unless one has a very small project list.
You are correct, sir!
Which is kinda interesting. Glowforge needs to build in their own Search function.
Oh… And did I mention FOLDERS? If I didn’t… FOLDERS.
Hey… has anyone asked for folders? Because that would be great.
Funny part is, I can imagine a brief conversation at Glowforge before Rita published this post…
Rita: “You know when I post this they’re all going to yell about folders all over again, right?”
Others in attendance: “Yeah… You’re probably right. But this is what we’ve got today. Sorry, Rita!”
You can use either asterisks or underscores. It’s always worked that way. (Discourse supports most Markdown and MultiMarkdown syntax)
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Definitely a step in the right direction! Folders, sure, that would be awesome, but progress is progress
I didn’t know that. But prior to today if I’d use CTRL+I, it would use an underscore. Today it uses the asterisk.
I was thinking the exact same thing. I’m just happy with the progress, though.
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