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:Not every browser supports the fancy search box, so typing in "First Date" would take you to this disambiguation page, which is useful. Also, someone might link an article to [[First Date]] without realising, which is better than having NO page at all at that link. It's also better to have the one-line explanation to say that there are two separate, unrelated missions in two separate games with the same name - someone might not realise that. Anyone who already knows which game they are referring to can click on that directly. I understand what you're saying, but I don't think having this page makes the situation more confusing. However, I will look to see if there's a way we can remove this disambiguation page from search results, which might be appropriate. [[User:Gboyers|gboyers]] <sup>[[User_talk:Gboyers|talk]]</sup> 04:18, 15 October 2011 (BST)
 
:Not every browser supports the fancy search box, so typing in "First Date" would take you to this disambiguation page, which is useful. Also, someone might link an article to [[First Date]] without realising, which is better than having NO page at all at that link. It's also better to have the one-line explanation to say that there are two separate, unrelated missions in two separate games with the same name - someone might not realise that. Anyone who already knows which game they are referring to can click on that directly. I understand what you're saying, but I don't think having this page makes the situation more confusing. However, I will look to see if there's a way we can remove this disambiguation page from search results, which might be appropriate. [[User:Gboyers|gboyers]] <sup>[[User_talk:Gboyers|talk]]</sup> 04:18, 15 October 2011 (BST)
  
:Thanks, if there is a way it would be cool to do that, if not I say then leave it be, in reality though I believe most browsers do support the predicted search box as at my school we have really Underpowered PC's running Internet Explorer 6 and the searchbox appears fine.
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::Thanks, if there is a way it would be cool to do that, if not I say then leave it be, in reality though I believe most browsers do support the predicted search box as at my school we have really Underpowered PC's running Internet Explorer 6 and the searchbox appears fine. [[User:GuyB|GuyB]] 07:17, 15 October 2011 (BST)

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I believe this page should be deleted, if someone wants to find the first date mission using the search box then they only need to put in "firs" and First Date (GTA IV) & First Date (GTA SA) will be visible making having this page confusing. GuyB 21:12, 14 October 2011 (BST)

Not every browser supports the fancy search box, so typing in "First Date" would take you to this disambiguation page, which is useful. Also, someone might link an article to First Date without realising, which is better than having NO page at all at that link. It's also better to have the one-line explanation to say that there are two separate, unrelated missions in two separate games with the same name - someone might not realise that. Anyone who already knows which game they are referring to can click on that directly. I understand what you're saying, but I don't think having this page makes the situation more confusing. However, I will look to see if there's a way we can remove this disambiguation page from search results, which might be appropriate. gboyers talk 04:18, 15 October 2011 (BST)
Thanks, if there is a way it would be cool to do that, if not I say then leave it be, in reality though I believe most browsers do support the predicted search box as at my school we have really Underpowered PC's running Internet Explorer 6 and the searchbox appears fine. GuyB 07:17, 15 October 2011 (BST)