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  1. BACKGROUND: Recently I had occasion to make a search on my own website using the Newsletter search engine. What I discovered was the most bizarre of behaviors. I could perform one search in Japanese and then no more. In other languages such as French, German, and English I could perform as many searches as I liked -- even repeating the same words more than once -- and I always I was able to produce the expected result. Mind you, this bizarre one-find-stop--all-further-finds behavior in the Japanese language was not the case when I first installed my search engines. Now, I have checked my PHP error.log file and found nothing related to this problem. I have also checked that the parameter value of the AJAX call is being properly passed; here too there is no unusual behavior. This bizarre behavior was not always the case. It appears to have begun taking place all of its own. Any ideas? Roddy
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