Right Clicking in the index pane brings up the "sort pages by tags" menu.
That changes the list of pages, listing out tags as to the top levels in
The tags tab in the index pane is straightforward. Clicking on any one of
them limits it to tagged pages, double-clicking resets back to all tags.
As to your doubt regarding the shifting between all tags, some tags and
single tags. If a given tag, say @tag1 exists in a page alongside @tag2,
then when you select @tag1 in the tag cloud, @tag2 will also be shown
alongside. This is natural as those pages also include the accompanying
tags. It would therefore be preferable to use the sort pages by tags option
in the menu than the tag cloud if you have pages with multiple tags applied
(as it appears in your case).
On 20 January 2017 at 10:56, Loren Rosen <lorenro...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have the tags plugin-in enabled. So over to the left is a panel that,
> depending on the top tab selected, shows tags or an index of pages.
> Sometimes it shows all tags; sometimes only some of them. Sometimes it
> lists all pages (in alphabetical order by title), sometimes it shows a
> nested list of pages, organized by tab. But I have no idea how or when it
> switches between modes.
> The doc page for the tags plugin says "The page index can be switched
> between a flat view, showing all pages that match the filtering criteria,
> and an ordered view that shows known tags as the top level nodes with pages
> beneath them." This is probably relevant, but it doesn't say when the
> switch is done.
> Sorry if this has been asked before-- launchpad searching seems to be
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