I have a few tools I've been searching (via Search All) for "Madame Guyon." A number of them have her occurring just once, yet they all return "2 exact hits" or "2 flex hits."
I vaguely recall reading in the help files or on the forums what the logic here is--there are two hits returned, one for each word. So this is expected behavior, and I can just divide by two in this case, to know how many times "Madame Guyon" appears in a text (and/or use the Mark arrows, etc.).
However, I wonder if something more intuitive (at least intuitive to me) could be an option: "Madame Guyon" occurs just once in the texts I'm searching, so what I might more expect to see is "1 exact hit" or "1 flex hit."
Is something like this an option for the future?