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If you want to store more than 10 searches, the best thing to do is to use browser bookmarks. Basically create a folder in your bookmarks (or favorites in IE, but don't use IE..) Then run your search as usual, and bookmark the *results* page. (Put it in the new folder to keep things organized.) Do that for each search you want to save. Then when you pull up that bookmark, it'll take you straight to the latest result for that search, with no need to even go through the searchtempest homepage.max wrote:First I think searchtempest is a huge help and time saver. Is their any way you can increase how many search terms are stored in the search for: drop down box beyond 10. Thanks
Does that do what you need?
I did what now?max wrote:Thanks for increasing drop box to 21...that's perfect
If you backspace over a stored search term to erase it a drop down box appears which has 21 stored search terms. Maybe it's a glitch in the code or perhaps firefox is overlaying previous search terms. But it works for me.
Ah yes, that's a firefox thing. Problem is it will only update the keywords, not categories, prices, etc, etc. It's also confusing since it can appear at the same time as my dropdown. In the new design I'm working on now (screenshot in a few days!) the whole previous searches thing will be separated from keywords and improved. I will make the list longer then too. (Although as I said above, bookmarking searches will save time and let you save as many as you want.)max wrote:If you backspace over a stored search term to erase it a drop down box appears which has 21 stored search terms. Maybe it's a glitch in the code or perhaps firefox is overlaying previous search terms. But it works for me.