Stephan Assmus <superstippi@xxxxxx> wrote: > Am 05.03.2011 00:54, schrieb Axel Dörfler: > > This has been disabled in our BFS as well, as it could considerably > > slow down certain applications that query but don't care whether an > > index already exists. Since Deskbar was one of those, it was quite > > noticeable :-) > > The feature now needs to be enabled deliberately using the > > B_QUERY_NON_INDEXED query flag. > Oh, are you saying we could save the user one annoying irritation by > enabling this in Tracker queries by default (or via a checkbox in the > Find panel) via this simple flag? And it's been there all this time? Yep, since I was annoyed of this behaviour in BeOS, that feature was present from the beginning on. I think it would be okay to enable it in Tracker by default, without an extra button. I would just then add some kind of help text in the result window that the query runs without index, and might be therefore slow (best with an option to fix that :-)). Bye, Axel.