People sometimes ask us about the difference between "a tick" and "a dot" in the GitHub status check. Let us explain.
Tick means that the number of introduced issues <= (smaller or equal to) the number of solved issues. But it can also mean that there were no reportable quality changes within the reviewed PR.
Dot means that the number of introduced issues > (is greater than) the number of resolved issues. But it can also mean that the analysis is in progress, which is highlighted by the appropriate copy in your project view.
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