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How Does GSASER Work With Lists?

I finally subscribed to a list, and it's synced via dropbox.

I know I could also specify a file with targets, but using the global lists permits a folder with files for targets matching engines, for those who never did this.

My question relates to how SER deals with a global link target source.

Does SER cycle through engines?

And what about the new files that arrive with updates?

Thanks! :)


  • If you purchased a list then your targets are supposedly in files named according to engines. When SER builds a global target list, it also place the links into files.

    New files will overwrite the old files in the same folder.
  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    edited December 2021
    But does SER cycle through engines like it does under usual circumstance when using Global Lists?
  • SvenSven
    SER doesn't care if the file is local or remote via dropbox. It will always randomize on the file location and the file itself in that folder.
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  • DeeeeeeeeDeeeeeeee the Americas
    OK, sven. I get it.

    The source of the target doesn't affect anything, whether a file or global list or SER-scraped targets.

    Hmm...when there is no list, I guess SER has to just choose randomly between engines selected, just like a KW search is randomized.

    For a list, it would have to be engines selected AND lists for engines present in folder (for global), no?
  • SvenSven
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