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Can be made a synonym of ? They refer to the same tool, but the latter is more popular (with 303 questions) than the former (79 questions).

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has been already suggested as synonym of ; it just needs to get enough votes.

As your score for is 12, you can vote that synonym suggestion, which would need another vote to be approved as synonym.

In this way, the new questions using will be re-tagged . To change the old questions, and make them appear as tagged , it is necessary to merge the tags (and keep as synonym).

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Where/how can we vote for this? – James Jenkins Apr 22 '13 at 17:00
You can vote here, if your score for the tag is at least 10. – kiamlaluno Apr 22 '13 at 17:35
There are only 7 users, with a [score of 10][1], one has been inactive for years. Is there away around the auto count to 4? [1]: – James Jenkins Apr 22 '13 at 18:29
I only needed a score of 5, which I have now so synonym is created :) – James Jenkins Apr 25 '13 at 15:20

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