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If you are viewing a list of questions you can click on a tag and it will filter the questions further by the tag that you've selected. It would be nice if you could exclude a question with a particular tag in the same way using an alternative click -- double-click, click right mouse button, ctrl-click -- on that tag in the tags list.

UPDATED: based on @random's answer.

Adding the [-] interface element may be a better solution since it exposes the interface in an obvious way.

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How about instead of trying to play around with the mouse, something like a little icon next to the tag that would be the exclusion version, the one with the minus?

[tags] ×95 [-]
[discussion] ×83 [-]
[questions] ×76 [-]

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That actually might be better since it exposes the interface. – tvanfosson Sep 2 '09 at 15:36
    
Is there any update on this? – Mottie Apr 4 '14 at 19:53

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