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I could be wrong here but I think the search results are "ranked" only by the topic title. The number of hits is irrelevant. If you have Topic A and Topic C both of which contain the search string, Topic A will always we shown first in the list as it's topic title is alphabetically before topic C. Note I said topic title not the file name.
As far as mimicing Zoomsearch, I'm not aware of anything and as a CHM file is a compiled file and therefore contains everything needed to use it I'd say it would be impossible to mimic but what do I know. Perhaps someone with more experience of CHM file makeup can confirm this. If I am right, one way around this may be to use one of the many pieces of software that can search a CHM file's contents but it would mean having to implement two things.
Thanks - the answer looks straight-forward enough. I wish there were a way to disable the "rank each #1 result first", as it really pushes down more relevant topics simply because they're #2 or #3 within their own .chm file...