Filtering issues with multiple priorities works buggy

Vasyl Zuzyak avatarVasyl Zuzyak created an issue

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  1. Zach Davis

    Hi Vasyl,

    I can see how this is confusing, but from a strictly logic standpoint this is the correct behavior. You've asked for issues which are not minor OR issues that are not trivial. This will return you issues of all priorities (since minor issues are not trivial and trivial issues are not minor). I think what you want is for us to support AND operators, which is being tracked as #5641.

    Cheers, Zach

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