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Filter changesets on commit message

Hi -

This question pertains to filtering changesets in a Review based on commit message criteria. Here's the scenario. In a branch, I have 5 changesets. Three of the changesets have a commit message that contains "DEV1234". Two of the changesets have a commit message that contains "DEV2468". The changesets are organized as follows:

Commit 1: DEV1234...
Commit 2: DEV2468...
Commit 3: DEV1234...
Commit 4: DEV2468...
Commit 5: DEV1234... 

When I create a Review and browse changesets, filtering on "DEV1234" in the commit message, I see Commit 1, 2, and 3. I am also the author for these. Another developer is the author for DEV2468. I select my changesets for an iterative review (Commit 1, 2, 3). Now, when I Start the Review, Commits 2 and 4 are included. Why? I would like to just include my DEV1234-s. I can browse back and unselect the DEV2468 commits, but I would prefer to include only my DEV1234 commits when I select these.


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A little more ... the undesired effect noted above occurs when the developer of DEV2468 starts the review. When I, as the author of DEV1234, start a review as noted above, only DEV1234 commits are included. 

Is there a setting to change this behavior, e.g. do not automatically include my changesets?

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