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The doc says to use the ListPages module instead, but doesn't say how. Currently you can get a working tag cloud with:
[[module TagCloud target="[page]"]]
This way, when you click on a tag, you get a list of pages with that tag.
But it doesn't say how to get the same functionality with the ListPages module.
You can use the following:
[[module ListPages tags="@URL" other parameters]]
EDIT: I additionally updated the PagesByTags documentation to make this more clear.
Timothy Foster - @tfAuroratide
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When you use "@URL", then if you are just looking at the system:page-tags page without any suffixes, it will act as if the tags parameter wasn't set, and will just show all pages that fall under the other parameters. I use "@URL|_" to get around this, so that the page is blank (aside from the tag cloud) when you're just looking at the page (assuming you don't have any pages that are actually tagged with "_"; I don't even know if such a tag would work).
One has to set the category as well (I set it to "*"), or it will just show pages from the current page's category (in this case "system").
Also, there doesn't seem to be a way to get what the PagesByTag module does, i.e.:
I use ErichSteinboeck's ListPages automatic header for this, using %%tags%%. But there's a problem with this too: %%tags%% will show all tags that the results fall under. So if you are looking at pages tagged with tagA, then it will show pages tagged with that, but if those pages also have other tags, %%tags%% will show those as well. Say the results are tagged with tagA, tagB, and tagC; the header will say:
Even though you are only looking at tagA and that's all you want to be showing in the header, there doesn't seem to be a way to do this.
I don't see the point of replacing the PagesByTag module with the ListPages module, when the latter doesn't do what made the former useful, or only does it when you do some really tedious kludging. :(