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Smoothie Perl wrote:

I agree for the filter request

.....but I don't like a freebie hunter (for me same category as a griefer) to charecterize descent creators demos (and many of their  awesome creations) as "pollution". LMAO

You have nerve!

its a free market and people are allowed to be freebie hunters and not be frowned upon for doing so.

i agree there are far too many "demos" on the marketplace, im not the first to suggest this, demo's should have a separate category.

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Unrealistic expectations.  Free or otherwise, anything to be found on Marketplace is probably crap.  Why would we expect it to violate Sturgeon's Law?

Oh, I see.  You want a crap filter, specifically for demo crap.  That makes sense.  In fact, demos shouldn't really be separate listings at all, but accessible from the listing for whatever stuff they're supposed to demo.

That's just the tip of the iceberg, though.  There are still separate listings for each color of slutwear, instead of structured listings that were promised -- what? two years ago?

I really feel sorry for the Lindens stuck trying to manage this white elephant.  They really should have spun it off again, while they had the chance.

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there are filters to place them in the front or back of your search.. low price to high or high to low..

most searches you have a kabillion pages to wade through anyways of outdated  items or stuff that should be on the freebie list anyways..

what we need is a crap or quality search LOL

relavance doesn't really work worth a damn anyways with keywords grabbing everything with part of a word that matches a word in your search..

but high or  low to low or high will put all the demos and freebies in their place..

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