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On the newest questions page there is an option regarding how many items to show at once. However this option doesn't exist for questions. What I propose is that we be able to select how many we want to display, just like we do on the newest questions page. I would also like to add to the ability to have all answers on a single page.

The main reasoning behind having all answers on a single page is so that I can quickly search the data versus doing a Ctrl+F on each page, and then repeating that same search for however many pages there are.

Take for example this question: If I want to see if Jeff Atwood has already been added to the list, I must use Ctrl+F a minimum of 4 times.

I believe this would make searching much easier while also cutting down on duplicate answers.

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see – Jeff Atwood Feb 13 '11 at 7:46
@Jeff: I really like the search and I'll defiantly start using it. It seems like it has been really improved. – Dexter Feb 13 '11 at 8:24
(The inquestion is not a new option, @Dexter.) – Arjan Feb 13 '11 at 9:46
@Arjan: The blog says that it is a new feature:… – Dexter Feb 13 '11 at 17:49
Well, in 2009 the inquestion: option wasn't there yet. What exactly in that (old) blog are you referring to? (Introduced in May 2010.) – Arjan Feb 13 '11 at 18:27
@Arjan: You said "inquestion is not a new option". I was saying that it was a new option. It's new as of May 2010. – Dexter Feb 13 '11 at 21:07
Sure, @Dexter, if that's the way you think, then everything is new ;-) – Arjan Feb 14 '11 at 1:32
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You can search a question like this:

inquestion:this your search

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