Better crossover searches

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primetch
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Better crossover searches

Post by primetch »

I typed in "vocaloid lucky star" and expected to get results from them both... however I received no images in response. I typed "Vocaloid/Lucky Star" and got some responses, then tried "Lucky Star/Vocaloid" and received more, different ones.

Will a search that supports crossovers (or at least multiple word search within title) ever be implemented?
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Post by A.Dantes »

Out of confusion, what behaviour are you expecting that cannot be mimicked by searching for:
  • *Lucky Star*Vocaloid*
  • *Vocaloid*Lucky Star*
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Post by Ran »

You're best option would be to search with only one of the animes in the source field, and add the "crossover" tag.
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Post by primetch »

Ah, the asterisk. I knew it well (from DOS).
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Post by Smithy »

Eto desu ne... http://e-shuushuu.net/search.php does have "Use * for wildcard." written in it.
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