DavidGretzschel
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double context sensitive.pngSo to me it is obvious that the third search result should be the first one instead, as it is a direct match.
The commas in those Thoughts signify that it is context-sensitive.
There are two commas in each of the listed Thoughts, because the respective parents are also context-sensitive.
I would like to heavily rely on knowing what the first search result will be, when I type it, to quickly move around my Brain.
However this doesn't seem to work out, at least not with those double-context-sensitive Thoughts.
So I can't press "enter" blindly to get where I need to, which is really inconvenient.

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Harlan
I see what you mean. The reason the third item is not first is because itis not a direct match due to the spaces in the thought name but not the query. The other matches above it also contain all the query terms and are likely shown first because you accessed them more recently. 
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DavidGretzschel
@Harlan
The third results actual name is: ".209 27, 7, 2020"
The only space in there is to make the hidden ordering system to make the date order work right in all time subselections of the year.
I don't mind that search reorders for my convenience, but the first result has to be predictable, as I usually blind-enter it.
I use "search" less for finding things, but more for quickly going places, you see.

I don't have an opinion on whether spaces should affect the query, but I think hidden spaces should be excluded from such a rule, as they make all ordered items tough to navigate to.

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DavidGretzschel
To elaborate, each day of the year is a Thought to me in this exact format.
I want to write a script, so that I can automatically output the String for "in x weeks" or in "x days".
That way, I could (re)schedule a lot faster.
If need be, I might change all my days into YYYY/MM/DD-format, but that'll look not nearly as good on a Month Plex. (and I just plain don't like it)

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