Threadloom Search for XenForo 2.x

Threadloom Search for XenForo 2.x 2.1.5

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We are pleased to announce the release of Threadloom Search 2.1.3 for XenForo 2.0.x and 2.1.x updates.
Release notes:
  • Fixes the regression caused in v2.1.2 which broke thread-restricted search using the Xenforo Search option.
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We are pleased to announce the release of Threadloom Search 2.1.2 for XenForo 2.0.x and 2.1.x updates.
Overall this does not include new features, but basic bug fixes for user-reported issues within Search.
These fixes include:
  • Fixes a bug with multiword title search
  • Search in a thread with member restrictions on Threadloom Search was not limiting the search to just the member.
  • Entering an invalid URL in the admin panel, developer options caused an exception.
If you or your community should find a bug within the code, please post in this thread or if you are a customer, please submit a ticket here. Please let us know how to recreate the error, so we can get to work on correcting the issue as soon as possible!
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  • Fix for Template error in admin logs
  • Better translation between native XF search and Threadloom search (filters getting passed appropriately)
  • Known issue:
    • Search with filter using native search -> click to view Threadloom results -> click back to native results: filter gets lost going back to native results
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Threadloom Search is now available as a supplemental option to the native forum search

In addition to various fixes and improvements, this update includes a new feature that lets your forum members choose (and save) Threadloom Search or your native forum search engine as their default search engine. You no longer have to choose between the two – your members can have both. As an admin, however, you are able to set either option as the default search engine for new visitors to your forum. You can learn more from our blog post here.

If you’d like to learn more about this feature please check out our Help Center articles:
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