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I do like the idea of there being a option for turning that on by default so that you could use those terms in the default "Search" bar presented when you browse to a table where FTS has been enabled. Maybe even a small inline pop up with a short bit explaining the FTS feature and the keywords (e.g. case matters). What are the side-effects of turning that on in the query string, or even by default as you suggested? I see that you stated in the docs... "to ensure they do not cause any confusion for users who are not aware of them", but I'm not sure what those could be.

Isn't it the case that those keywords are only picked up by sqlite in where you're using the MATCH clause?

Seems like a really powerful feature (even though there are a lot of hurdles around setting it up in the sqlite db ... sqlite-utils makes that so simple by the way!)

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