Make [ancestries] a tag synonym to [races]
The races tag we currently define as:
For questions about races, a term used to delineate creatures encountered in a game world, often but not always sentient. Examples include humans, orcs, green dragons, kzinti, and griffins.
While the real-world terms have different definitions, the game term "ancestry&...
Yes, the arcane-focus tag should be renamed to spellcasting-focus
The arcane-focus tag seems to be narrowly scoped to focus (heh) on one particular type of spellcasting focus that exists in at least some versions of D&D and Pathfinder. However, there doesn't seem to be a particular need for such a specific distinction between arcane focuses and other ...
We already have this.
As pointed out by Ilmari Karonen, we already have this. I need to make sure none of my user scripts on my desktop interfere with it somehow, because I’m quite confident I tested it before asking this question, in order to avoid how silly I look right now.
First of all: thanks a lot to everybody for notifying us about this issue. We have been able to reproduce and fix the issue. Please do let us know (in a comment to this answer) if you're still encountering any issues with this.
This has been fixed and is now live across the network. Yesterday we rolled out a behind-the-scenes update to unify how many components across the network are themed. It looks like a slight typo made it into the code that sets visited and hovered link colors, causing them to revert to their default values instead of using the correct values from the site's ...
This seems to be a recurring event
It looks like whatever job is responsible for awarding (and unawarding) tag badges is acting up and reawarding badges to some users. Looking at the recent badges stream for both main and meta (main is presumably cut off due to other earned badges). No points for guessing how I noticed.
And again and again on meta. I'll ...
Yes, we should rename it.
We are already using it this way, and we should merge it with holy-symbol. Both will be useful synonyms. Using "arcane focus" and "holy symbol" as synonyms keeps current searchability and functionality and expands it.
Call a spade a spade.
If a game system is deliberately using a non-dnd term, we should use that as the tag.
It's what somebody starting to play pf2e would expect, especially as the change was made deliberately mid-edition.
We can update the usages of each tag to point you the right way.
Otherwise we might as well tag armour-class as thac0 or weapon-...
Per Marc Gravell's answer to the linked post on MSE:
Sorry about that. What happened here: the favorites/ignored feature is
implemented client-side; a UI tweak changed the DOM in a way that
broke the jQuery selector, meaning that it no longer found the tag
data. I've put a PR together that fixes this - we'll get it deployed
as soon as we can (after ...