kbunders
I think I found a bug... see my screen recording here:
https://www.loom.com/share/6c55e4c93cf64cd5816cd100358b80d8

I dragged and dropped this webpage into my Brain:
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sweeny-vs-bard/id1470131813

Now I search for 'Sweeny' and no matches are found.

When I copy the string 'Sweeny' from the thought name and paste it to search for it, the thought is found.

Now try to type 'Sweeny' (instead of pasting it), and no matches are found.
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DavidGretzschel
very cool! Great documentation.
No trouble replicating it.

Typing out 'Sweeny' in a text-editor, copying it and pasting it into the Search doesn't work either. So it has to be copied from the Thought-name.

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mcaton
Koen,

So, when dragging and dropping a web page, the page will often get renamed with the <Title> of the web site. Are you seeing that it gets renamed with a VERY tiny arrow in front? I didn't notice it in the video... but I can see it in my local version.  Seems to be some type of special character.  Without the starting character, the search can't find it, as if it is misspelled.

It looks like the special character is "&lrm;"

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mcaton
Here it is magnified a bit...

arrow.png 

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kbunders
Hi @mcaton,

The arrow is not visible for me. 
I placed the cursor in front of the 'S' and did a backspace. 
Now it is possible to find the thought when I type in Sweeny, so apparently there was a weird character there.

Which brings me to the following request:
**The search function should find any substring, so that when search for 'Sweeny' thoughts / text with 'blahSweenyblah' will be in the results too**
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DavidGretzschel

@kbunders 
@mcaton 
already made that feature request, but the more the merrier
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What I wanted to add:
There's other languages out there than English. Like take a Thought named "travel cancellation insurance".
I can easily find that by typing "travel", "cancellation" or "insurance".
In German, that would just be "Reiserücktrittsversicherung".
I won't be able to find it by typing "Rücktritt" (cancellation) or "Versicherung" (insurance).
I'd only be able to find it by typing "Reise" (travel).
English rarely appends words without spaces. But many other languages handle compound words differently.
The current search behaviour is optimized for English and not much else.

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