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[Note: I've discovered why, now the question is how? See below]

I've noticed in the last few days a number of questions being greyed out, such as the example below. There are no downvotes on them, that I can see.

Is this a bug, or a feature?

I am using Firefox 8.0.

ETA: I just realized that I had the regex tag on my "ignore tag" list, where I sure did not put it. It's always been on my favourite list, and before, questions tagged perl + regex have been red/pink. I've no idea how regex ended up on my ignore list.

I guess this changes my question to: How did "regex" move from my favourite tag list to my ignore tag list? Not sure if I should edit the question more to reflext this.

As viewed in Firefox 8.0

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Do you have .net or asp.net ignored too? –  JNK Dec 16 '11 at 13:07
    
@JNK'sMetAccount I have nothing ignored. Just two favourites, perl + regex. –  TLP Dec 16 '11 at 18:34
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@sarnold That could be it. Thanks. –  TLP Dec 17 '11 at 8:55
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Those are questions that have tags that you have ignored. They won't appear on your home page, but they will appear in lists of questions (e.g. new questions, tag pages); however, they will be greyed-out to show the presence of an ignored tag.

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Yes, I just realized that I had regex as an ignored tag. That is very, very odd, because I put it under favorite tags, where it's been for a long, long time. –  TLP Dec 16 '11 at 8:56
    
But, why is it not happening in IE then? (For the record, it is working for me in IE 8). –  S.L. Barth Dec 16 '11 at 9:01
    
@S.L.Barth I was not logged into SO in IE, haven't used IE in months. –  TLP Dec 16 '11 at 9:02
    
@S.L.Barth In fact, I was unable to log in... that's odd. Oh well. –  TLP Dec 16 '11 at 9:05
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