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I tried searching for "cura AND connect" which didn't work too well. The suggestion under the search box was

   

  • The phrase "cura AND connect"
  • cura AND AND AND connect
  • Newest results first
  • cura AND connect in content titles only

 

which suggests to me that the AND didn't work because it suggested "... AND AND AND ..." which is ridiculous.

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Where did you do this search?  In cura?  On the Ultimaker website?  if a website such as ultimaker offers a search feature I strongly advise to use google instead but restrict the results to that website so in google you can do:

site:ultimaker.com

 

followed by your search terms (e.g. cura connect) and you will get lots of forum results about cura connect.

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well - as I said I was looking for the keywords "cura" and "connect" which yielded a boatload of hits most of which didn't apply. The search page suggested I try using the operator "AND" as in "cura AND connect" - I did as suggested. That yielded another boatload of results most of which were useless in one way or another.

 

All of this isn't the problem - the PROBLEM is that now the search page is suggesting that I try "cura AND AND AND connect" among other possibilities.

 

I started all this from https://community.ultimaker.com/

Edited by sk8nfool
added requested starting point

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