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There's at least one question with the cfg tag, but if I click on the tag, no questions are listed.

What's going on? How then do I find questions with the cfg tag?

Apparently, clicking on "Newest" will show questions with such a tag. Thanks for helping, everyone!

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closed as too localized by a cat, Daniel Fischer, Pops, kiamlaluno, jonsca Jul 29 '12 at 1:41

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No repro, I can see 43 questions tagged cfg. – a cat Apr 12 '12 at 1:00
You've obviously checked that the cfg tag is not one of your ignored tags, right? – Cody Gray Apr 12 '12 at 1:27
A screenshot might shed some light on this. – Dennis Apr 12 '12 at 2:07

If you were previously on a tab that isn't part of the 'questions tagged' view, e.g., 'featured', you will still be on that tab when you go into the 'questions tagged' view.

At a glance, this can make it appear that there are no questions in that tag, because the question number isn't tab-sensitive.

The solution is to select one of the tabs that's present on that view.

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Check the question type before selecting the question. If you have selected "Unanswered Questions" and then selecting tag cfg, it will never show you questions which have one or more answers. Similar for featured question also.

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