Coverage Percentage of package in Clover for Eclipse

I'm using the Clover Eclipse plugin, and I'm trying to figure out why some packages are reporting something lower than 100% coverage, when expanding everything in that package shows 100%? I have attached an image showing this.

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Quite weird, I admit :-) Could you tell something about these 0% elements in the tree? Do you have interfaces / empty classes / empty methods there? Do you use some block context, method or statement filters?

Some of them are files that are interfaces (the two at the top), the others are things turned off through context filters. Constructors and also methods (like toString) that I added to the Custom Coverage Context Filters section.

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What version of Eclipse and Clover are you using?

Eclipse

Version: Indigo Service Release 2

Clover

Clover 3

Version: 3.1.7.v20120831000000

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I wasn't able to reproduce it, unfortunately. May I ask you for providing a code sample and raising a ticket on support.atlassian.com?

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