Steps to reproduce
- Create “Page” with contents
- [ ] abc
- Search for
The task should be listed under “Page” in search results.
The task is not listed but:
- The task is detected by the search (if you change it to
task-todo:(-c) then “Page” disappears from the search results as expected)
- “Explain search term” shows the search string has been correctly interpreted
- Operating system: macOS 11.5
- Obsidian version: 0.12.10
Can confirm of this bug that affects me in a similar way. I have 3 sub-tags on the tag
#priority/high . When I query something like
task-todo:"" -tag:priority/low (so, only medium and high priority), it only shows the medium priority. Same with other combinations of
Using Obsidian 0.12.19 on Windows 10.
I just saw this bug report.
To the OP @stevelw we don’t support nested operators in tasks.
@luisandresgonzalez: you are describing another problem. I want to remind you that tag: is page level filter.
Hi, thanks @WhiteNoise.
I discussing this in the Spanish group with @argentum and I was wondering then how is it that when y query
line:"" tag:(priority/low) it shows me the exact line of the tag with context, but
line:"" -tag:(priority/low) shows me just the file name (no context this time)?
because tag filters at file level, line filters at line level.
tag:(priority/low) selects only the files that have a priority/low tag, not all lines in all the files that have priority/low
Thanks. So if I understood correctly, the reason that I get context when I query
line:"" tag:(priority/low) is because it matches the file, but it only shows you the block that matches the query, right?
I mean this: