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Wendi Nitely

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  1. ChinRey wrote: Wendi Nitely wrote: For me, using the same search, today... I got 822 on the beta with or without quotes around "medieval stable". On the old searc I got 46 using quotes and 793 without quotes. That is interesting. Seems they've forgotten about multiple word strings for the new search engine. I really hope they catch that before he new search becomes official. A fundamental blunder like that would be seriously embarrasing for LL and the Commerce Team. I suppose you searched the entire MP, those figures look rather similar to mine for that and it's interestign to see that the new search gave more, not fewer results, for that. Not sure what means though. That's Correct
  2. Or maybe, like I think Snickers may have suggested, have to be a premium member to list on MP...?
  3. "More than anything search can do to clean up and improve the Marketplace experience, simply having a mechanism that discourages flood sales of the same item would do it." Multiple listings of essentially the same product is against the TOS and is reportable by users of the SLM, though you are correct in that it doesn't stop people from doing it, and shoppers seldom report it. An I totally agree that the same item in dozens of different textures, while not technically against the TOS, should be disallowed. Personally I am against listing fees, LL already take their share. But I do see your point...
  4. For me, using the same search, today... I got 822 on the beta with or without quotes around "medieval stable". On the old searc I got 46 using quotes and 793 without quotes. The significant thing is, the 822 items in the new search much more closely matched what I'd expect to find from either of the results of the old search.
  5. I prefer real-time shadows. When we consider who is going to be able to see them, we have to consider how our long our builds might last and how they will be viewed in the (not so distant) future. PCs get faster (and cheaper), Internet access speeds get better and our builds will be living (we hope) for a long time.
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