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I have been watching for few minutes now and it seems that casperOne ♦ deleted from that post. However, in /questions/tagged/discussion/ it looks it just shows the deleted tag instead of current tag(s).

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Just tried it with this question; no repro. Maybe he did accidentally delete the wrong tag (which caused the live update), and then corrected his mistake within the grace period (which doesn't cause another live update AFAIK). – a cat Apr 5 '12 at 13:27
    
@luboks how did you delete "modified" box? I saw you retagged this question, but it has disappeared now. Where? – Martin. Apr 5 '12 at 13:43
    
Unicorn magic, fairy dust, and also I undid my own edit within the grace period. – a cat Apr 5 '12 at 13:50
    
@lun you just rolled back ? – Martin. Apr 5 '12 at 14:36
    
I specifically didn't because of this bug. Gotta do it manually. – a cat Apr 5 '12 at 14:37
    
@lunk ah, I didn't even know that revision is deleted in this period – Martin. Apr 5 '12 at 16:19
up vote 3 down vote accepted

In this case a tag edit was made, rolled back, and then another tag edit was made:

Date            Method  Uri                 Route
2012-04-05 13:14:43 POST    /posts/211052/edit-tags Posts/EditTags
2012-04-05 13:14:37 GET /posts/211052/edit-tags Posts/EditTags
2012-04-05 13:14:30 POST    /posts/211052/rollback  Posts/Rollback
2012-04-05 13:14:21 GET /posts/211052/edit-tags Posts/EditTags
2012-04-05 13:13:48 POST    /posts/211052/edit-tags Posts/EditTags
2012-04-05 13:13:47 GET /posts/211052/edit-tags Posts/EditTags

The rollback triggered the live update since the original post contained the discussion tag.

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