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Search result display bug

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Hi,

I've tried the following query:
@work today, @work @next

It seems the results I am getting are correct, but the caption is broken for the first section as it reads only "@work" (no indication of 'today'). Actually, I think all references to time in compound queries result in similar bugs.

Should be a relatively easy fix, could you do it anytime soon? It is confusing at times.

Best regards,
Tomek

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David Trey staff
Replied on Sep 16, 2013 - 11:55 UTC

Hello Tomek,

The query itself is not entirely correct. You could use a comma for simple searches such as "overdue, today", but if it's more complex please use:

(today & @work) | (@today & @next)

Or, if the last two should be separate:

(today & @work) | @today | @next

Furthermore, we're aware of certain issues with the headers for the search results and will address them as we introduce saving and renaming queries as filters.


Best regards,
David

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tomdz79 premium
Replied on Sep 16, 2013 - 12:53 UTC

Hi David,

Thanks for your reply.

I like the coma query because it presents results in a separated fashion (one list for today, one for next) yet still in the same view.

And even the simplest subset of your examples:
(today & @work)
still results in an incomplete header.

But if you are aware of the issue and it's going to be addressed then I guess I can only way till the update finally sees the light.

Best regards,
Tomek