The editor filter operator acts as a logical 'AND' statement. So, for example when you search for strings with the following criteria:

  • translated:no (it returns all the untranslated strings)

  • proofread:no (it returns all the translated strings that haven't been proofread yet)

the system tries to find the intersection of those two sets and as a result, no strings are returned.

But if you apply the following filters, for example:

  • translated:no

  • issue:open (it returns all the strings with open issues)

the system will return all the untranslated strings with at least one open issue.

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