- Enable and open a tag panel for convenience
- Put in a note several “#text” tags, several “#text/funny” tags and several “#text/informative” tags. Everything works fine, both the search and the representation in the tag panel.
- Put in a note a “#text/” (notice the slash at the end) tag.
This works incorrectly:
- Search treats “#text” and “#text/” as 2 different tags.
- Tag panel also treat them differently and shows an empty-looking tag line.
I expect tags with and without slash be treated as same.
- I have many tags. Some of them are separate, some of them have subtags.
- Both of those types are being used in my various templates, that are put there for convenience (if I have a book template, it makes sense to have all the book-related information and tags be filled in as well as possible)
- I want to make it easier for me to understand which tags are complete and need no further clarification and which ones still require my input to decide on the subtags
- For that, a simple format was devised: normally written tags don’t require any more input; tags with a slash at the end might need a subcategory clarification.
- Notice the “might need” instead of “require”. Telling the subcategory is voluntary, sometimes I want to just let it be in the main tag without a need of extra “go and remove the slash” work.
Unfortunately, I can’t do that because of the bug. The tags mentioned in the templates alone are trashing my tag view.
- Operating system: Linux Mint 20.2 Cinnamon
- Obsidian version: 0.12.19