The "Check All" checkbox isn't selecting all the errors when rebuilding QPM errors

Sometimes when rebuilding QPM errors and selecting the "Check All" option, it will appear to select all the errors, but it actually does not select any of the errors. The description it will say "All 0 error(s) of this type selected. This may include errors not shown on this page." instead of something like "All 55 error(s). . . ."

How can I select all the errors without having to click each error one by one?
This is due to Bug 69018.

To select all the errors, you will want to adjust the total results on the page to be as high as needed to get most of the errors. To do this:
  1. Adjust the "Results per Page" dropdown menu
  2. Click the select all checkbox (none are really selected)
  3. Uncheck the first record on the page
  4. Recheck the first record on the page
Here's a short video for reference of the issue and then the fix to clarify:
http://screencast.com/t/X5G9znXW5C

Steps to Duplicate

  1. Go to Data Management > Luminate Management
  2. View a QPM Error Section (e.g. Contacts > Online -> CRM)
  3. Open an Error
  4. Click the "Check All" checkbox
The description it will say "All 0 error(s) of this type selected. This may include errors not shown on this page." instead of something like "All 55 error(s). . . ."

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