The word search "*##CALL*|*##VOTE*|*##END*|*##UNEND*" is
useful for GMs.
The MAX output of any search is 400k byte!
You need to modify your search conditions if you reach this limit.
Upper or lower case does not matter in any type of search
Quotes must be used to search for something containing a space.
Normally spaces divide up words so then you may need to use
For example to search for the full string "Hellenic Riot",
quotes are needed.
Minimum one search condition must be specified.
Either a one or more user names or
one or more words that must be found in the message or
one single day number.
In the User conditions, a space between two user names
means "or". User search for "brain* peter*" will show messages
from both brainbomb and peterlund. Searching for aliases does
In the Word conditions, a space between two words means
"and". Both words need to exist in the message for it to match.
The "|" character between two words means "or". Only
one of the two words must be found in the message to match.
Word boundary requirements do apply for both the
User and Word conditions.
Use "*" to remove boundary
requirement at end or beginning eg "brain*", "peter*"
Searching for "nd" matches the word "nd" but not the word "and".
Add the "*" character at the beginning or end to remove the
word boundary requirement in those positions.
Searching for "*nd*" matches "nd" but also "and" and
Doing a word search for "Jamie*|pete*" will result in all
messages where any word starts with either "Jamie" or "pete"
Words searched for will be
highlightened where they are
found in the resulting output.
In the Page/Phase condition a single number is a
page number. A page can also be given using "p33" or "page 33".
Here you can also enter "d3" or "D3" or "day 3" which all will
output messages for day 3. "n1", "N 1" and "night 1" return all
messages for night 1.
"s" returns all messages in the signup thread, "s3" returns all
messages on page 3 in the signup thread.
"end" returns all message from after the game has ended.
You can give a sequence like "D3-N3", "page 1 - page 13" or
even mixed "p30-d1". You may also start or end with dash.
"-6" which is the same as "s1-6" will result in all pages from
the beginning of the signup thread to page 6 in the game thread.
"N4 -" returns all messages for night 4 and everying after that.
Search for "end" returns only message after end of game, while
"33-end" returns message from page 33 to the end of game.
"33-" returns all messages starting from game thread page 33
Search the full signup thread by only inserting "s".
Insert "s3-p4" to search from signup thread page 3 to game
thread page 4.
Insert "s4-s" to search the signup thread starting at signup
Word searches using UNICODE letters are supported.
(All html escape sequences in the search string and in the
stored messages are converted to unicode before matching is