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Old 20 April 2007, 10:27   #1
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Search 'problem'


this isn't really a problem but it makes it a bit of a pain...

say I type in "King's Quest" into the search box and hit search...

The data in the search box then changes to "King\'s Quest". This makes it a pain if I wanted to search for "King's something else" (or whatever).

I know why it's needed to query the database but is there any chance it could be hidden from the search box so that you don't need to delete the \ when re-searching?
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Old 20 April 2007, 13:30   #2
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Originally Posted by killergorilla
I know why it's needed to query the database [...]
That's not even true. SQL escapes ' with another ', like 'King''s Quest'. But yes, I agree, it should be fixed.
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Old 22 April 2007, 23:27   #3

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It's fixed, thanks for report
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