If I unselect ALL, aaa gets unselected too (reasonable, since that the
gebaviour for more the one slection values too)
If I now select aaa, the ALL mark is also automatically selected!!
This looks plain wrong to me since no filtering is different then
filtering on 1 value, since there are also empty fields.
Good catch; I had to read it a couple of times to see that the original
comments before yours are describing a similar problem. I've added a
demo file and more detailed description which is hopefully sufficient
for others to reproduce.
It is possible to do what is asked, using the more advanced "Standard
Filter..." dialog rather than the immediately visible tick boxes. The
way the tick boxes work in this case isn't particularly intuitive
though, particularly when they give the impression that the current
filter is set to something other than what it is.
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