Thanks for working on this – I’ve often had problems with irrelevant results in the Item Finder, which is partly why I’ve resorted to workarounds like prefacing important items with
\. I’m looking forward to being able to scroll, as well as seeing how the prioritization can be improved (so hopefully I won’t have to scroll, and maybe I won’t even have to mark important items).
One related wish: would it be possible to include results where the words are in a different order?
(I have many items whose name includes two or more keywords whose order is somewhat arbitrary. Examples: “CSS Customization / Customizing CSS” “Music Reading Apps / Apps for Music Reading” “Medical Philosophy / Philosophy of Medicine” “Dynalist tools for Chrome / Chrome extensions for Dynalist”. It would be nice if a search for two or three of the relevant keywords – or the beginning of the keywords, e.g.: custom & css, music & reading & app, medic & philosophy, chrome & dynalist – in any order would suffice to locate the item.)
While I’m dreaming, let me add one more wish: for Item Finder to also search path names. If this were combined with the above wish of flexible word order, then I could use the Item Finder (or Move Item function) to search for, for example,
notebook software reviews and find the relevant item no matter whether it’s currently named and filed as Notebook Software Reviews or Software > Notebooks > Reviews or Notebook Software > Reviews or anything similar.