Can also confirm. Search for “Faved_by:UserName” returns zero results.
Basic searches (such as “Water”) still work.
(Firefox 26.0, on OpenSUSE 13.1)
Edit: Also, I have the Ghostery add-on for Firefox, but derpiboo is whitelisted, so Ghostery shouldn’t be affecting it.
Edit 2 (T+ 10 hours): It’s working properly again.
Can confirm. Searching for “faved_by:UserName” no longer works.
Also, the dropdown bug vanished yesterday.
Mods can delete sources from history, but afaik everyone should be able to clear the current source.
That’s hardly a sensible feature. What’s it protecting against?
Any vandal could simply replace it with a link to a shock site, or just subtly change the link so it no longer works.
I’m running Firefox 26.0 on Ubuntu Precise (12.04), and it works fine for me. Is it any specific menu you’re having problems with, or is it just all of them?
Upgraded to 27.0 b6 build 1 and still having the same issue.
Chromium works fine here too (stock,
titleattributes have been a web ‘standard’ for like, idunno how long, but probably since the beginning of the internet. So whatever is causing it to not work is most likely on your side/the browser.
If you do not specify a field to search over, the search engine will search for posts with a body that is similar to the query's word stems. For example, posts containing the words
spread wings would all be found by a search for
sewing would not be.
|Literal||Matches the author of this post. Anonymous authors will never match this term.|
|Full Text||Matches the body of this post. This is the default field.|
|Date/Time Range||Matches the creation time of this post.|
|Numeric Range||Matches the numeric surrogate key for this post.|
|Full Text||Matches the title of the topic.|
|Literal||Matches the numeric surrogate key for the topic this post belongs to.|
|Numeric Range||Matches the offset from the beginning of the topic of this post. Positions begin at 0.|
|Date/Time Range||Matches the creation or last edit time of this post.|
|Literal||Matches posts with the specified user_id. Anonymous users will never match this term.|
|Literal||Matches the short name for the forum this post belongs to.|