In general, assume upvotes on a bug report are generic-community-support (unless comments suggest otherwise), and downvotes indicate the community finds something wrong with the bug report. Hopefully downvoters have left comments indicating what they've found lacking -- it could be as simple as poor formatting, or it could be more complicated, like a newbie misunderstanding the use of a common Trilogy feature.
In this particular case, interpret it as "user community thinks the bug report is invalid, because bug reporter doesn't quite comprehend the expected behavior". You're right, the behavior you describe is reproducible; congratulations. But you've misunderstood the purpose of the widgets that you think are buggy. They don't work in the way you expect them to work, so your bug report isn't correct.