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I'm not going to lie....the search this forum function is basically useless. I have been trying multiple ways to search for some things but keep getting

"The following words in your search query were ignored because they are too common words:"

which....ok perhaps...but if I can't use it to search for some already discussed topics....well.....the search is useless. I've never seen such a thing in other forums and typically I can scrub through the results and find answers so I don't have to post a new thread to something already discussed in length. As this forum grows this useless feature will become even more useless. Please fix the searching results so we can search something like ABS vs. PLA and get results.

thanks

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