JQL Search Extensions for JIRA add-on does not appear to be working as expected

All:

I have installed a trial of the add-on.  The JQL filter window is accepting (and autofilling) the syntax of all of the new JQL query statements offered by the Extension (green check box as well).

However, running queries with these new extension terms is not returning any issues when it clearly should be based on the selected project.  I just get the response that there are no issues found matching that query.  I have tried several different query terms without success.  The term that I am trying to get to work in the near term is "SubtaskIssueType".

I am working on a Cloud instance of JIRA.

Please let me know if there is additional information that could help to debug this issue.

Thanks

Chris Roberts

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Still waiting for feedback on this - is anyone from QueryF monitoring this topic for new Questions?

Thanks

Chris Roberts

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