Hey @pablo.faust! This happens because you can’t have more than 1 form per filter instance, as you have a form per item only the first one will work.
One thing that we can try, which is a little bit hacky, is to have a hidden form with the actual filters and set some custom mirror clicking so you can select the categories from within the list, and these check/uncheck the hidden filter elements.
I can not guarantee this will work but it could be an idea to build from.
Thanks for the answer! The reason of the bug was that I was using two CMS on the same page…
You said that checboxes were responsible for the “AND” behaviour on the filters. Is there a way to get exclusive filters? For example, when I click A, I get all the items with the A category. Currently, when I click B, it adds the items with A OR B categories, so it broadens the filtering. How could I get the filter to be more precise each time I click on a new category?
I’m still trying to improve my system. Currently, there is no way to indicate the user which filter is active or not. I would like to make gray all filters except the one that has been clicked. Do you have an idea on how to get there?
Hey @pablo.faust! Seems to me that you are halfway there with your hover interaction. I see you have used the active class option from CMS Filter but I do not see any active-filter class in your project. have you set this up?