How to make a view list entities, not translations?

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I achieved the desired result by adding the Translation source (= Not specified) filter.

The original entity translations have the Translation source field empty. And it's pretty safe to use the Not specified language because entities using it are untranslatable.

I think the proper filter is the following:

"Content: Default translation (= True)"

Tags: Views / Drupal 8

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