\"Search for pros\" contains entry in one direction, but not in the other
Thread poster: Roland Grefer

Roland Grefer
Local time: 06:10
German to English
+ ...
Sep 7, 2001

When I do a search for


___English>German / Any field


I find myself listed.


When I do a search for


___German>English / Any field


I cannot find myself in the listing.


Are there different types of rulesets behind those searches? Could it be that one search excludes the one running the query, while the other does not?


Please advise,

Roland



 


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