occasionally I have trouble with an ebay capsule keyword search that refuses to accept search modifiers, like: -color.
if I use keyword "widget" all is fine, but if I add a keyword modifier like "widget -color" then the preview results disappear, and the "no results found" msg pops up. remove the modifier - all back to normal
only happens occasionally, and it can work fine in one capsule and then fail in the next.
anyone else every experience this?
ps. yes I have used the modifier correctly, and with-(xx,xx,xx) for multiples
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