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I have a feeling I'm going to be smacked down for being an idiot, but here goes...

 

I've been getting 0 results for all my searches. I've used the broadest terms possible (everywhere, any, title and contents) for my searches, and I get nothing back. I know that my topic is covered in the forums. For example I tried "Aorus Pro Z390" and just "Mojave", and I get back nothing. In fact, I only found what I was looking for by using Google not insanely mac's search box. The same thing happens if I use the "advanced" search options as well. I've tried using Firefox and Safari to see if the browser is the problem, but I get the same "Found 0 Results" back for either.

 

What am I doing wrong?

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Yup, forum is bugged since it the last update many many moons ago. See all the other recent threads in this Bug Tracker section. Seems there is no-one willing or able to fix it.

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Simply speaking this website is dying. The owners have lost interest in improving it and fixing its problems. 

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This is no longer a working site. No interest in keeping up the site. people have moved on and perhaps everyone else should as well. Search doesn't work, no irc, no answers to questions and no help. This is a friggin bad joke.

 

nothing going on here folks.... move along, move along...

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I hardly think that is the case. I see daily discussions and updates in the forums I follow. Especially if you follow the Clover Devs forum. I have had many questions answered and problems solved.

 

Where do you suggest we "move on" too? Surely not the red apple site?!

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On 3/30/2020 at 4:16 PM, Hervé said:

Yup, forum is bugged since it the last update many many moons ago. See all the other recent threads in this Bug Tracker section. Seems there is no-one willing or able to fix it.

 

Is this also preventing Google from indexing the InsanelyMac website?  I noticed that a recent thread is not visible in Google.  

If this site is no longer Google-searchable, which site would you recommend for posting new content?

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It is now taking me longer to post my solutions in this forum than it is to find and implement the solutions.  Looking more and more like I'm going to need to find an alternative.

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