Filtering…

In the search window there’s a counter that says ‘Filtered’. This means the amount of search results that have been filtered since you opened the window. This counter has not always been visible, although it has existed internally for quite some time.

There are four ways this counter can increase:

  • When you have selected ‘Only results with TTH root’. (Directories will always show, even though they cannot have a TTH.)
  • When you have selected ‘Only users with free slots’.
  • When you have written ” -foo”. This will filter search results that contain “foo”.
  • When an autosearch has been performed in the background. If an autosearch is carried out, you of course shouldn’t see the results of that search (because you are trying to find something else).  If the autosearch’s result matches the current search term, the result will be added to the current window, regardless of how long ago the search was started.

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