Re: Crispy around the edges
word if "admin" doesn't work. And if they can't, then perhaps theyThat's just silly. Anybody using the darn thing will type in the entire
shouldn't be driving.<<
I will not, I will skip to related words. I think that is a waste of my time and a bit of archaic thinking. If I am looking for a specific term, I may only type a portion of it. I expect a search engine to find a string of characters, not whole words. This also helps to find words that are misspelled. If I wanted it to find whole words, I'd select "Find whole words only" that is included in most "Find" dialogs. It is my assumption (meaning I must accept the consequences of being wrong) that most "Find"
I'll go ahead and keep driving.
I agree that jargon should be cross-referenced in an index, but limited in use in a technical document (depending upon the audience).
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