Steps to reproduce
- Open the tag pane, and note that each tag shows a single match.
- Click on
#tag, and watch as two matches show.
I expect a single match, which would be consistent with the information displayed in the tag pane.
#tag-foo are displayed.
- Operating system: Linux
- Obsidian version: 0.7.3
- Using custom CSS: Nord
+1 it actually seems to be double counting every tag for me. Not sure if that’s a separate problem. OS: Mac OSX 10.15.5 and Obsidian Version: 0.7.3
+1 from me as well. Wanted to report this but found this thread.
The tag “#project” shouldn’t match tags “#project-a”, “#project-b” etc.
As a workaround, with the recent search improvements you can use quotes like this:
"#project" to only search for ‘#project’ and exclude ‘#project-a’ and ‘#project-b’.
this should be fixed now .
This is highly debatable. Some people use nested tags and would like to see the whole tab hirararchy when tying the root tag. You can open a feature request about this.