Filters Not Refining Search Based On -And- Logic

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    SevereTech
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    SevereTech Purchased Supported
    1 day ago Flag

    How to use filters to refine search? I don’t need any other results to show if they aren’t in category.

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    wpdreams Author
    about 17 hours ago Flag

    Hi,

    I believe this is the option you are looking for. When disabled, items not assigned to any of the filter categories will be excluded automatically.

    Best regards,
    Ernest Marcinko
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    SevereTech Purchased Supported
    about 14 hours ago Flag

    I very much appreciate your reply. When I try the option you suggest, no results return. I haven’t tried this but it’s almost as if logic behavior is every category must be selected first before item appears. That’s if I change setting to what you suggested. Are there other variables that affect the ‘and’ logic behavior for filter selections.

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    #18893
    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko
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    Hi,

    The taxonomy ‘and’ logic only applies if you have multiple taxonomy filters (terms from multiple taxonomies). For each taxonomy, the Category/Taxonomy terms logic is applied.

    By default, all of the selections must match the result, as well as the unchecked are treated as exclusions. For most cases this is fine, however in your case I believe the At least one of the selected terms should match option will be much better.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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