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8:24 AM
To restrict the results to one site, I simply enter site:URL as a part of the query? Like here, where I entered $x^2+y^2=z^2$, site:math.stackexchange.com?
 
9:04 AM
@MartinSleziak I think it is AND site:URL. @WeiZhong gave some examples here:
Jun 7 at 11:36, by Wei Zhong
(4) to limit data source to MSE: https://approach0.me/search/?q=OR%20content%3A%24%5Csin%5Cleft(%5Comega%20t%20%5Cright)%24%2C%20AND%20site%3Amath.stackexchange.com&p=1 and limit data source to AoPS https://approach0.me/search/?q=OR%20content%3A%24%5Csin%5Cleft(%5Comega%20t%20%5Cright)%24%2C%20AND%20site%3Aartofproblemsolving.com&p=1
@WeiZhong: It is very difficult to edit the logical operators in a query (e.g. change "AND" to "OR") because dollar signs are then inserted automatically and the cursor jumps to the end of the query.
 
@MartinR Do you edit in the raw query or in the entry field. (So far I have almost exclusively used raw query - I assume that is more suitable for anybody who already knows MathJax. At least for entering formulas - I'll have to learn about the new features.)
 
9:20 AM
@MartinSleziak I always use the raw query field. But I have problems with editing the raw query in the new version. Can you replace "OR site:..." by "AND site:..." in approach0.me/search/…?
 
I see - the dollars that appear cause a problem.
The only thing I was able to do was Ctrl+X on "site:math.stackexchange.com", then editing OR to AND, and than pasting it back.
This avoids the problem with the dollars, but it is cumbersome. (And if I have to actually use this at some point, I will certainly forget to do this.)
 
9:58 AM
Perhaps the “add dollar signs automatically” feature can be improved for the new search engine. Otherwise I probably would prefer to not having it.
 
 
4 hours later…
1:28 PM
i see, i will think about this and improve the UI later. I am planing my travel to Canada now, i will be pretty busy and unsettled for the next a few weeks.
@MartinSleziak if you do not prepend AND before the keyword, it just rewards MSE data source, but not necessarily all of the returned results will be from MSE.
 

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