Just so your feelings aren't hurt, when a member here says "Search" it means that he knows we've discussed your question and if you put something like "Project Index" in the less-than-obvious search box called by the word "search" in this web page header, you'll get a list of stuff.
Link even put the connection in his reply, but if you don't know that grey letters means an automatic reference to another web address, it isn't helpful. But it's a cool trick.
Go to his message with the grey word "answers" and click on it. That will take you to the last discussion thread.
We advise new forum members to save time writing up and posting a question by first making searches on their question topic to see the enormous wealth of history assembled in just a couple of years on almost every Archicad topic. SO many things are like Sesame Street: new people arrive all the time and experience similar frustrations.
This policy isn't universal. Sometimes a new user will have a dumb thing go wrong and a single line query gets a single line answer that solves the problem. An example of this is fixed slab thickness problems. Lot of postings on it, but complex to search for the answer.