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Questions or answers containing \cs_set_eq not found

Searching for xyz finds results that are listed in the text only and not the code part, unless that code part is set using the <pre>...</pre> tags. So, this type of search excludes code ...
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Exact search is not working properly

Searching for symbols isn't fully supported (just like regular search engines have problems with that). What you can do, since \tikz{ is usually used inside code blocks, is to search for code:"\...
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Search questions without comments

You can only link the two databases containing posts and comments using the SEDE. The following query lists questions on the main site, sorted by their last activity date (oldest to newest) with these ...
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Search posts that contain code

Searching for posts that contains code can be achieved using the boolean operator hascode. More specifically, hascode: with yes/true/1 returns only posts that contain code blocks; no/false/0 returns ...
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Visual search on TeX.SE

There doesn't exist a native way of doing that on the network. However, as already mentioned in Schrödinger's cat's answer, you can use the image search option with Google, targeting this site via ...
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Search posts that contain code

Simply "hascode:yes", "hascode:1" or "hascode:true" should be added to search results.
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A search of a code string within my posts doesn't work

You'll have to route your query through SEDE. I think the reason here is the difference between the stored content of the post (what you actually typed) and the baked content (what is visualized ...
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View unanswered questions with most recent first

There is a special "unanswered" list which can be sorted by date: https://tex.stackexchange.com/unanswered/tagged/?tab=newest For everybody who is like me hiding the left hand sidebar, this ...
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Search for inactive user?

Since the user profile is removed, you'll have to search via the display name. So, "John Doe" with user ID 123456 that has been deleted will have a display name user123456. This query ...
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