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pinkzebra says

I just did an AudioJungle search for my own username and the suggestion I got for “other possible searches” was “pink bra”. Can anyone beat that?

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Allegro120 says

:) No comments.

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JHungerX says

My user name did not produce such colorful results :)

Kind of bummed that clicking on pink bra doesn’t give you any results either. I think somebody needs to write a track by that name – instant marketing!

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Basspartout says

Haha, not bad! I dont even get a ‘other possible searches’ suggestion :(

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PhilLarson says

a search of “Phil Larson” gets the suggestion of “Phil lays on.” Naturally, I then tried searching “Phil Larson pinkzebra.” ...it didn’t work. :depressed:

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beepcode says

I think this is due to the specifics of the nickname. My nickname, for example, does not produce an advanced search, the answer is unequivocal. In your nick there are two lexical items (pink and zebra) that denote in ordinary speech word in common usage. So, I think search script reacts to it and offers options. For example, “bluefox” (no offense) :) also gives some results, try. I think this is a question for the programmers.

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pinkzebra says

a search of “Phil Larson” gets the suggestion of “Phil lays on.” Naturally, I then tried searching “Phil Larson pinkzebra.” ...it didn’t work. :depressed:

That’s very funny! :)

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NoizMan says

Norman!

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tacoMusic says

I typed in ‘tacomusic’ and came across this incredible list of very usable music by some guy called tacoMusic. Result!

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GGv says

I just checked this. Search by username is a new feature, isn’t it? I think search by author possibility is awesome!

And stop laughing with these new creations of funny names by the system. It’ s not funny. Behind this strange algorithm there is a growing computer-machine and one day it will conquer the world…

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