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so i came across this question seeing and figure i create the tags. as i was about to add i noticed that already existsed but must5 have been orphaned as there was no questions to it.

when i tried to create to match with other tages like , and which used the same naming structure as the others (Occultic;Nine, Steins;Gate, Chaos;Head, Robotics;Notes) i got this

error

I would like to request that be made a synonym of so that is used instead.

Also i would like to know why i got this error. yes the error explains the problem however had no questions to it (or atleast they weren't appearing when i searched the tag) so it shouldn't be giving me problems to begin with

  • Apologies for the confusion. I thought that an occultic-nine tag would be better than occulticnine since they're two words (and the other tags in the science adventure series are hyphenated) – Vemonus Nov 2 '16 at 0:58
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    @Vermonus No harm done. One of us would've come through and fixed it in short order if you hadn't anyway. – senshin Nov 3 '16 at 0:22
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I would like to request that occulticnine be made a synonym of occultic-nine so that occultic-nine is used instead.

Krazer fixed it. Hooray!

(He didn't make it a synonym, though. There's no point in having tags that differ only by hyphens be made synonyms of one another, since the tag autocompleter will find the tag either way.)

Also i would like to know why i got this error. yes the error explains the problem however occulticnine had no questions to it (or atleast they weren't appearing when i searched the tag) so it shouldn't be giving me problems to begin with

In revision 2 of the same question, Arcane created the tag [occulticnine]. The OP then changed it back to [retag], which is why no questions with [occulticnine] showed up in search for you. The zero-use-tag-deleter will get rid of [occulticnine] when it runs in a few hours, but for now [occulticnine] still lives.

  • Krazer also pointed me to this in the chat showing why he was able to fix it and not me – Memor-X Nov 1 '16 at 23:12

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