The plex focus is on the thought Test Brain. Report filtering is off, so all of the focused thought's children are displayed.
You turned on normal filtering while the plex was focused on Test Brain. < - - - This is where you're getting confused. The plex filters out every thought that does not have tag 1, including Thought 3, Thought 4 and Test Brain. Test Brain disappeared because it doesn't have tag 1. If I understand this correctly, and please, Moe or Harlan correct me if I'm wrong, the plex is designed to focus on one thought and its branching links. I am purposefully using the word links instead of relations. Personal Brain does not create/display/draw links to siblings, even though in our wet brains a thought's children are related as siblings.So what should the plex show us now?The two thoughts which correspond to the filter results are not linked. It picks one (I have no idea why it picks the one it does) and displays it. Since it has no links which correspond to the filter, it takes center stage all by itself.
Remember, this test began with the plex focused on the thought Test Brain. Since you, the user, did not change the focus by clicking on another thought, PB remembers the thought on which you began filtering - Test Brain.You select inverse filtering and voila, Test Brain reappears as the focused thought, along with Thought 3 and Thought 4 because they have links to the focused thought, and meet the inverse report filter criteria.
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