jakubz
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Potential Photo Search Result Tweaks?

Tue Feb 21, 2017 10:28 pm

Hi,

I was searching some photos, and to me it looks like a few pieces of information are missing (IMHO).

Can anybody say why A/C Line Number are neither displayed nor given as a sort option? Why isn't date added displayed? Why not sort by Photo ID#?
KORD > RJAA > KORD day trip? Why not! The beauty of non-reving.
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Re: Potential Photo Search Result Tweaks?

Tue Feb 21, 2017 10:34 pm

l/n is a current search function (advanced search), date added is not relevant enough imho and photo ID might be a search option in the future, but not for now.

EDIT: I just realized you might mean in the photo details? The thread title made me think of the above reply. Anyway, if you click a photo, you will see the above mentioned info.
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jakubz
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Re: Potential Photo Search Result Tweaks?

Tue Feb 21, 2017 11:22 pm

airkas1 wrote:
l/n is a current search function (advanced search), date added is not relevant enough imho and photo ID might be a search option in the future, but not for now.

EDIT: I just realized you might mean in the photo details? The thread title made me think of the above reply. Anyway, if you click a photo, you will see the above mentioned info.


Sorry for the confusion. I mean the Photos>Search Results page (http://www.airliners.net/search). I know that the L/N is on the individual photo's page (when applicable) and that it's searchable from the Advanced Search. I meant that I thought it would be useful to have it displayed in the search results.

As an example...
http://www.airliners.net/search?aircraftBasicType=2417&sortBy=dateAccepted&sortOrder=desc&perPage=36&display=detail

This links to a search for all 747-300's. All Boeing A/C (well, 707 to 787) have both an MSN (which is displayed) and a L/N (which is displayed on the individual photo pages, but not on these search results). This is what I mean about including the L/N
KORD > RJAA > KORD day trip? Why not! The beauty of non-reving.
Yes, I use ICAO codes
Flown: PA-28, PA-38
Passenger on: A319/A320 737, 747, 757, 767, 777, 787-8
Finally got on a 747!

I work for United Airlines, but I don't speak for the company.

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