Sometimes, when I do a search with two criteria, the search URL ends up containing a space (rather than a
+), and then, sometimes, the server doesn't return the actual results, just the count and pagination. This is semi-reproducible: hitting reload may or may not return the results.
Here's example content returned from
http://scifi.stackexchange.com/search?page=2&tab=relevance&q=deleted%3a1%20hasaccepted%3a0 (obtained by searching
deleted:1 hasaccepted:0 and clicking on
next to get the second page of results). Just now, the third page at
http://scifi.stackexchange.com/search?page=3&tab=relevance&q=deleted%3a1%20hasaccepted%3a0 works fine. The screenshot was in Chrome 11.0.696.48, but I've had the exact same bug in Firefox 4.0 (if there's any caching shared between them, my ISP is being extremely naughty). I haven't been able to reproduce the bug with a general-public search, but I stopped trying when I hit the search rate limit.