I have been wrestling with learning about screen coordinates for window positioning. Up to now, I have been using hardcoded values for size and position, but I recognize the wisdom in calculating positions (and sizes) based on the current screen parameters.
However, when I searched for "screen" in the Wiki, the search results omitted the single most important page for understanding things like
Here are my search results:
And here is the page that I eventually found, after finding a link to it in the Forum:
If I had seen that particular title in the Results list of my search, erroneously titled "Matching pagenames", I would have had my answer in a jiffy. Instead I had to "take the long way 'round the barn" to get there.
I pedantically maintain that this is an error, the results are titled "Matching pagenames" yet the most important existing page name is not listed. Yes, there are three links in the results that redirect to the page I need, but those nonexistant pages are listed while yet the existing page is not listed. That creates confusion that took me an annoying amount of time to resolve.
If I had my Editor hat on, I would flag that and send it back to the author and its presence would not annoy me, it would be my job to find such things. But I have my Newbie Developer hat on, and find this to be annoyingly less helpful than it could easily be.
Is there something in the Wiki software that prevents a page from being listed if there are redirects to it? I doubt that. Is the page flagged as "hidden, requires redirect to find"? I doubt it, although there are pages without titles that seem to fall into that category. Is the results page pre-populated and out of date? That seems an odd way to implement a search function. Therefor I maintain that it is a BUG! How the bug occurs, I cannot fathom, but there it is.