Although this should not be the case, quoted search terms currently don't differentiate between "ss" and "ß" (see T87136: ~"daß" should not match "dass")
The info text of "exactly this text" should reflect that.
Update the info text to say
This is a request from https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_Diskussion:Technische_Wünsche/Spezialisierte_Suche#Rückmeldungen_zur_Beta-Funktion
As an editor, I want to correct old spellings. I search for "umfaßt" in the search field "Exactly this text" in order to change the spelling to "umfasst". The search results, however, return pages containing both "umfaßt" and "umfasst". This makes the search results useless for my use case. And: In this case, the label "Exactly this text" is incorrect.
Apparently, it is possible to get search results containing only "umfaßt" by using
- Can the field "Exactly this text" use insource, when a "ß" is involved?
- If not, can a hint be added to the info popup next to the search field?
- Is it possible to have a dependent search that recognizes when words on a page are part of a quote? This would be ideal for this use case because the spelling "umfaßt" must not be changed when it's part of a quote.