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This is from a template that worked in Craft 2, but doesn't in Craft 3.

{% set entries = craft.entries.type('publications').orderBy("postDate desc") %}

entries.count() outputs 80

{% for cat in allCats %}
    {% set catEntries = entries.relatedTo(cat) %}
    {% if catEntries | length or cat.slug=="all" or cat.slug=="toutes" %}
        <li><a href="{{ cat.url }}" {% if category is defined and cat.slug == category.slug %}class="current"{% endif %}>{{ cat.title }}</a></li>
    {% endif %}
{% endfor %}

This iterates through all categories with correct entries associated

After that, entries.count() outputs 0

Looks like entries is getting set to the last value instead of just passing the resulting object to the variable. This is not how it worked before. Is there a way to reset this ?

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Based on the bug report found here (https://github.com/craftcms/cms/issues/2160), I am now creating a variable that contains all of the items prior to filtering it.

{% set entries = craft.entries.type('publications').orderBy("postDate desc") %}
{% set allEntries = entries.all() %}

I can then use entries to filter through the available categories and then use allEntries to loop through all of them.

I understand I could also have used clone() to get a copy to work from in my category loop.

{% set catEntries = clone(entries).relatedTo(cat) %}
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