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for example, if I set Flash as an interested tag, questions tagged as Flash will be hi-lighted, I think if someone tags a question with something clearly related like Flex,Actionscipt, etc. they may be semi-hilighted.

Just a thought.

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possibly related: implicit tagging hierarchy. – Tobias Kienzler Jul 30 '10 at 11:03

You can do this yourself manually. Search for any tag you like through the Tags page or by typing [nameOftag] into the search box. On the right-side column, a list of related tags will show up. You can then pick and choose the ones you want for your "Interesting Tags" list.

I'm against the automatic highlighting of related-to-interesting tags because I expect there will be too many false positives and false negatives, and because I don't want a fourth question color scheme.

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