Filter for finding all epics that have a subtask in my project

We have multiple projects (ProjectX and ProjectY), and occasionally there are epics that contain tasks from more than one project.  For instance I have tasks in ProjectX that make it into a ProjectY epic

I would like a filter that I can use to only display the epics from ProjectY that contain tasks from ProjectX.  Is this possible?

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JQL tricks plugin has a method, epicsWhereIssueIn that you can use for this. Something like this:

project = X and issue in epicsWhereIssueIn("project = Y")

Working with our admins to get this plugin added so I can try that out. Thank you!

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