Pixel Filter JS does not work

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For some reason I can not get the pixel filter js to work. I added a topic list to a portfolio page and applied the Pixel Filter JS custom template. The topics appear, however, when I click on topic, all portfolio items disappear. They return when I click on All. Any help would be appreciated.

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shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
If both blocks are rightly set up, the filtering should work. Plz, compare yours with the one installed as sample content. If you couldn't figure it out, send me your site URL and credentials and I will look into it.
cogenttec replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanks for responding. Let me elaborate on the issue. If their is a comma in the topic, it will not return anything even though an item was assigned to that topic.
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
This bug has been already addressed and will be available in the upcoming version. Till then, you can manually update it by the patch that I just sent you via private msg.
PaiviK replied on at Permalink Reply
I have a similar problem. But removing a comma didn't help.

Filtering is working with Pixel list custom template. But when I choose Pixel Filter or Pixel Filter JS, filtering doesn't do anything. I would love to use those templates, and just cant't figure out the problem

This site is installed with Installatron, could there be something there?
Version Installed - 8.5.2
# PHP Version 7.3.12

If you need access to my site I'll PM you

Regards, Päivi
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
There is not topic block in provided URL. Could you send me a page URL with the block?
PaiviK replied on at Permalink Reply

I thought I wrote a direct link to the page in question. But maybe not :-)
Sent you PM on details

shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi Päivi,
The `topic` you want to use for filtering should be bound to the `project_topics` attribute. I made a sample on your site, so it can be applied for further use cases.
PaiviK replied on at Permalink Reply
Thank you!
I didn't even think about that possibility!
You saved my day - or two :-)
Great support

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