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How does the "Test execution results by type" Zephyr Scale's gadget collect data?

Hi all. I use the "Test execution results by type" Zephyr Scale 's gadget on my dashboard and I am confused about data it shows me. In the configuration I set an appropriate project and filter test cases by an appropriate label. The gadget shows how many manual and automated tests pass, fail and are not executed. Here are numbers it shows:

- 310 automated tests passing, whereas I find 328 tests in the test library

- 18 automated tests failing, whereas I find 14 tests in the test library

- 29 manual tests passing, whereas I find 28 tests in the test library

- 4 manual tests are not executed, whereas I don't find such tests in the test library at all.

It seems like the gadget takes tests from additional places, not only the test library. I couldn't find a documentation for this gadget, so I am very confused about numbers it shows me. How does it count tests? Where does it take tests from? I will appreciate your help.

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