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From logangentry/Logan (84) Send mail to this user on February 9, 2012 3:23:47 PM CST

Please add a search feature .. Thank You

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From loiswakeman/Lois (17,225) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on February 9, 2012 3:41:26 PM CST

Hint - try clicking the search link at the top of the page in the blue bar.

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From wdeon/Wayne (8,911) Send mail to this user on February 10, 2012 3:26:38 AM CST

(>_<)

I have to admit that I probably looked for an empty white "search" box when I started using Photosig, too.

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From loiswakeman/Lois (17,225) This user is a Premium Member Send mail to this user on February 10, 2012 4:12:55 AM CST

Yes - it's always a good idea to follow conventions to prevent user confusion - but in this case, a minute looking at the page would probably have sorted things out. But then I'm a tech author and probably a bit too nerdy for my own good - I know most people dislike reading instructions if they can help it, and asking a question is always easier than doing research - ask any help desk employee!

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From wdeon/Wayne (8,911) Send mail to this user on February 10, 2012 4:50:07 AM CST

I actually had someone post a question to me on a site today asking me how many volcanoes there were in Japan. I live in Japan but....... um.... I am not a human wiki. He should have spent the time searching it himself.

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From log/Louise (27,981) Send mail to this user on February 10, 2012 8:30:47 AM CST

Good grief... has anyone ever counted them all? Including all the extinct ones, and do you count the little ones within giant calderas?

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From wdeon/Wayne (8,911) Send mail to this user on February 11, 2012 4:21:06 AM CST

Apparently the Japan Meteorological Agency keeps track. There are more active volcanoes here than I though. A whopping 108 out of 840 worldwide. The two most active, don't go near the volcano ones, are only 20 and 54km from my house. This link should work but didn't when I clicked it before. No idea why.

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From log/Louise (27,981) Send mail to this user on February 11, 2012 4:25:42 AM CST

Oh wow... The Japan Meteorological Agency tracks not only cherry blossom, but volcanoes too?

I thought the question might have included extinct ones, but I suppose there has to be a limit somewhere.

Thanks for the links.

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