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I am attempting to limit the number of results that are displayed as a result of dynamic result clustering on the Google Search Appliance. I've looked through the XSLT, but I've only come across the following two user-modifiable options:

<!-- *** dyanmic result cluster options *** -->
<xsl:variable name="show_res_clusters">1</xsl:variable>
<xsl:variable name="res_cluster_position">right</xsl:variable>

Are there more options that I'm unaware of that I could use to limit the results? Is there another way that I'm missing?

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I found the answer. You simply edit out the XSLT that generates the HTML for where the results are rendered. I tried this yesterday, but it didn't work (not sure what is different about today).

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