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- January 21, 2021 at 6:07 pm
Thank you so much, Filip!
That is indeed an important bump in the road for us to fix. I have taken note of it, and will bring this up to the COW developing team. As we explore further into the nature of The COW’s new platform, we are excited to be able to refine and improve our new environment. This was our original inspiration behind making the grand switch, so we hope to be able to fix this soon.
- November 13, 2020 at 3:18 am
Hello Jeff! I hope you don’t mind, I moved this to the Letters to the COW Team forum.
As Tim likes to say, we think of the website in its current state as Creative COW .9. It’s not yet even at its 1.0 condition.
Moving 25 years of COW from one platform to another has been no small feat, and it is still happening. We have a certain order of operations that must come to pass in order to accomplish all that we have envisioned. Indeed, the search function is on course to be improved immensely, and not just up to the standard that you enjoyed in the old COW. Pretty soon, search will encompass tutorials, press releases, related jobs, and the new parts of the COW that are still under development.
We have left behind 25 years of code for greener pastures, and yet the new software does not come stock with every feature that we would like right out the gate. The great news is the COW is able to change and get better every day, all it takes is the time for us to build it out.
Thank you for asking this question, as I am sure that many were curious about the search function, but had not yet asked. I will post this here for everyone to see. Ultimately the answer is: a better search is only a matter of time! Meanwhile, we hope you enjoy the new features that are a far cry above the old COW, such as the mobile formatting!
- November 1, 2020 at 1:17 am
I know how you feel, I truly prefer real instrumentalization myself. But every once in a while, if the lyrics and singing are compelling, I will happen to like a song that is synthesized rather than played by humans. There is an exception for everything I guess.
- September 14, 2020 at 1:37 pm
- January 20, 2014 at 3:02 pm
Thank you Todd