Contextual filters always use
AND operator between them. Unless you use a special module to change it Views Contextual Filters OR.
But there are conditions under which a Contextual filter will show all the results as if it hasn't been applied. This means that it could be seen as if the
OR operator is applied.
Contextual filters have two major options in their configuration:
`When the filter value is NOT available`
`When the filter value IS available or a default is provided`
Under the former options there is always the Exceptions setting, where the default value is
all (you can change it if you think it would be better for UX).
But this means that you can use that expression in the URL as a way to temporarily cancel that Contextual filter, so you can test the others if you have more than one.
or in your case to ignore the first and the second one:
To apply the first one only you can use:
but you could also use
if you have configured the last two Filters to use
Display all results for the specified field or
Provide default value.
There is also the setting
Action to take if filter value does not validate under
Specify validation criteria where you can choose the option Display all results for the specified field. So you can also use this in combination with other settings, if it makes sense in your specific case.
Setting up a Contextual filter isn't a trivial thing, there are different "paths" that can come out out of a single filter, and you'll get a different set of results.