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I am guilty of having a long list of ignored tags. Every now and then, however, I wonder what's happening with a language or field I know little about, in the hope that perhaps I can discover something new (after all, one of the goals of Trilogy is learning, no?), and end up not ignoring it.

From the front page, I can click any ignored tag, which will, invariably, bring me to very useless blank page.

Would it be relevant/possible/useful to show what's being ignored, on clicking a particular ignored tag? The rule would be: if the tag selected is in the user's ignored tags, ignore all ignored tags.

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Is your "hide ignored tags" preference turned on? – Jon Seigel Mar 22 '10 at 3:17
    
meta.stackexchange.com/questions/19098/… – user27414 Mar 22 '10 at 3:21
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Untick the "hide ignored tags" option in the prefs tab of your profile.

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I feel silly now. Thanks. – MPelletier Mar 22 '10 at 3:26

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