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Torrent Rover SEARCH ENGINE ????????

Post by bugrit » Mon Sep 26, 2016 6:00 am

I have tried to do a search for "adding torrent websites besides those you have listed", every word was classed as too common. That is total rubbish. This is a torrenting website, so you are bound to get common words like - adding torrent websites besides those you have listed. How are people supposed to do a "SEARCH", without using extremely COMMON WORDS? I am trying to find out is ANYONE has placed a question like this before. You can guess what happened. :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:

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Re: Torrent Rover SEARCH ENGINE ????????

Post by John » Sun Oct 16, 2016 7:32 pm

You tried to do a search where? On the forums? On the site? In TorrentRover?

There is a common words filter in TorrentRover. Is that what you're having trouble with? I believe this only affects scoring. It should not affect the results you get.

You also mention "adding torrent websites besides those you have listed." Is this the search you were doing? Or are you asking how to add new search sites?

For your information, here are the list of "Common Words"...

"a",
"about",
"above",
"after",
"again",
"against",
"all",
"am",
"an",
"and",
"any",
"are",
"aren't",
"as",
"at",
"be",
"because",
"been",
"before",
"being",
"below",
"between",
"both",
"but",
"by",
"can't",
"cannot",
"could",
"couldn't",
"did",
"didn't",
"do",
"does",
"doesn't",
"doing",
"don't",
"down",
"during",
"each",
"few",
"for",
"from",
"further",
"had",
"hadn't",
"has",
"hasn't",
"have",
"haven't",
"having",
"he",
"he'd",
"he'll",
"he's",
"her",
"here",
"here's",
"hers",
"herself",
"him",
"himself",
"his",
"how",
"how's",
"i",
"i'd",
"i'll",
"i'm",
"i've",
"if",
"in",
"into",
"is",
"isn't",
"it",
"it's",
"its",
"itself",
"let's",
"me",
"more",
"most",
"mustn't",
"my",
"myself",
"no",
"nor",
"not",
"of",
"off",
"on",
"once",
"only",
"or",
"other",
"ought",
"our",
"ours",
"ourselves",
"out",
"over",
"own",
"same",
"shan't",
"she",
"she'd",
"she'll",
"she's",
"should",
"shouldn't",
"so",
"some",
"such",
"than",
"that",
"that's",
"the",
"their",
"theirs",
"them",
"themselves",
"then",
"there",
"there's",
"these",
"they",
"they'd",
"they'll",
"they're",
"they've",
"this",
"those",
"through",
"to",
"too",
"under",
"until",
"up",
"very",
"was",
"wasn't",
"we",
"we'd",
"we'll",
"we're",
"we've",
"were",
"weren't",
"what",
"what's",
"when",
"when's",
"where",
"where's",
"which",
"while",
"who",
"who's",
"whom",
"why",
"why's",
"with",
"won't",
"would",
"wouldn't",
"you",
"you'd",
"you'll",
"you're",
"you've",
"your",
"yours",
"yourself",
"yourselves"
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