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Note that you can do this right now (with a little finagling) with Opera:

  1. Open Super Search and start your search to get the first page of results.
  2. Right click anywhere on the page and select the menu option "Create linked window". (I'm not sure what the exact wording is, since I haven't used Opera in a while.) This will create a new window which will receive the results of anything you do in the current window.
  3. Hit the Next button on your search. The next page of results will appear in your newly created "linked" window, instead of replacing the page in your current window.
  4. Go to step 2 to create a window linked to your second page of results, which will display the third page, etc.

Of course, you'll end up having N number of windows open, each with one section of the results. On the other hand, you can do it right now, before it actually gets implemented on the site.

In reply to Re: Getting Complete Listing Of [Super Search] Results by kelan
in thread Getting Complete Listing Of [Super Search] Results by Limbic~Region

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