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To make this happen you need to add a Managed Property in your Search Service Application. You find the existing Managed Properties in the Queries and Results section named Search Schema. Type isDocument in the filter section and hit the green button with a white arrow. You should see this: It tells is that the isDocument managed property returns all ...
On the OOB Document content type, Name is the required field that is the name of the file, Title is optional. Is it possible that the Title field was never filled out for the documents in question? I believe the internal name of the Name column is FleLeafRef, so if you change your display template to use <span ...
The Grouping divs are coming from the Group_Default.html file. If you want to remove those I would assume you'll have to edit the Group_Default.html file as well.
For SharePoint 2013 you need to create a Results Source and configure query to search in particular library only and configure your Search Results Web Part to use your Results Source. There were Search Scopes in SharePoint 2010 to achieve this. But in 2013 the Search Scopes are replaced with the "Result Source". For details check this link: SharePoint ...
This has always been the case, the initial search gives you a fuzzy result or an approximation. As you page through the result set, the number becomes more and more accurate as it parses through the results. This has functioned in this manner since 2007 version at least and is similar to every search engine you'll find on the web.
Did you follow the below step(see image) mentioned in the article, https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/tothesharepoint/2013/09/06/how-to-display-values-from-custom-managed-properties-in-search-results-option-1/
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