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Yes, in the "live" settings (Data entry section) adjust "Minimum length of search term for Ajax search"

It also will be necessary to configure your database accordingly. Btw, Postgresql has much better support for full text search - strongly recommend to switch your site from MySQL to Postgres, there are other compelling reasons to switch too.

Yes, in the "live" settings (Data entry section) adjust "Minimum length of search term for Ajax search"

It also will be necessary to configure your database accordingly. Btw, Postgresql has much better support for full text search - strongly recommend to switch your site from MySQL to Postgres, there are other very compelling reasons to switch too.as well - the sooner the better.

When you have time, please take a look at http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.3/static/textsearch.html - postgres supports synonyms, thesaurus dictionaries, etc. things that allow fine tuning the search to suite your needs.

Yes, in the "live" settings (Data entry section) adjust "Minimum length of search term for Ajax search"search". The default value is 4 characters.

It also will be necessary to configure your database accordingly. Btw, Postgresql has much better support for full text search - strongly recommend to switch your site from MySQL to Postgres, there are other very compelling reasons to switch as well - the sooner the better.

When you have time, please take a look at http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.3/static/textsearch.html - postgres supports synonyms, thesaurus dictionaries, etc. things that allow fine tuning the search to suite your needs.

Yes, in the "live" settings (Data entry section) adjust "Minimum length of search term for Ajax search". The default value is 4 characters.

It also will be necessary to configure your database accordingly. Btw, Postgresql has much better support for full text search - strongly recommend to switch your site from MySQL to Postgres, there are other very compelling reasons to switch as well - the sooner the better.better because migrating a small data set is much easier.

When you have time, please take a look at http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.3/static/textsearch.html - postgres supports synonyms, thesaurus dictionaries, etc. things that allow fine tuning the search to suite your needs.