Felix E. Klee wrote: > Beagle-search often doesn't show all search results. Sometimes it says > something like showing the top 12 of 36 matches, and IIRC I've also seen > it saying something like "Showing the top 2 of 3 total matches". > > How can I tell beagle-search to always give me access to all search > results? Often I've hundreds of emails that match, and after those > email files (MH format, file names consist only of digits), I should get > what I'm looking for. > I had been annoyed by this too. And why does it first show "showing all 0 matches" or sometimes "showing all n matches" only to replace this with a much higher match count a bit later? This is a) wrong and b) confusing as hell. Also, I hate the way how the search results are shown in the beagle-search GUI. Why can't I configure this to show me a proper list instead of this clumsy, hard-to-use multi-column, multi page view? The list could then contain, depending on what the user wants, more or less information (arranged in columns with matching documents in rows) and allow re-sorting in the standard way by clicking on the column headers, as one is used to from countless other apps.
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