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OS X Mavericks introduced file tagging to Finder and the filesystem. Are these tags case-senstive? For example, could I have an Apple and apple tag?

  • What happens if you give it a try? – nohillside Jul 20 '15 at 15:34
  • @patrix When entering/searching for a tag it preselects an existing one even if they are a different case. – Steve Moser Jul 20 '15 at 15:36
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No.

I am able to seemingly tag files with differently cased words by opening the Get Info window on each file in Finder. However after I save and close each window and inspect the tags for each file the tag that was saved first overrides the other differently cased tag.

  • Note: this is with the default case-insensitive filesystem. I have not tested this on a case-sensentive filesystem.

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