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Mark Spahn (West Seneca, NY)

I wonder whether the problem you describe can be solved by using the "Ctrl+F" feature to find a given search string. What you do is simultaneously hold down the Ctrl key and press the "f" key. This brings up, in the upper-right corner of the screen, a box into which you type the search string you want to find. Upon hitting RETURN, all instances of the search string are found.

John Pepple

I've been assuming that the only ones that will show up are those that could actually be found by scrolling down and that any that are hidden by "Load more" will not be found. But I will check next time this comes up.

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