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Basically I want to have a simple search form on all my panel pages (by simple I mean no extra filters exposed in the form block except for the search terms form) that will redirect to a panel page showing their search results. On the search results panel page I want to have a different complex serchh form with more filters.
Steps I took to achieve this:
-Created a view of fields with a display content pane named 'Search results' and with the following settings:
--expose search terms (with the default filter identifier which is 'keys')
--expose form in a block
--use panel path
-Created a panel page for the search results and added the view for 'Search results' content pane
-Added the exposed form in a block view to my homepage (which is a panel page) with the 'inherit path' checked.
-Went to homepage typed in a keyword and got redirected to the homepage instead of the search results page - with the keyword I typed showing in url
I remember this use to work in previous versions... Any ideas why it's failing miserably for me for the last past 2 days?
When I'll finally make it work I'll add a recipe with all the steps, I think it's a great feature that many people can be interested in.