Seems to be because you are using the criteria "Composite in not ..." so it is now only looking for composite walls.
Same happens to me when I do that too.
Oddly though if you set it to "Complex profile is not ..." it find the complex profile walls and composite walls as well.
Not sure whether this would be classed as a bug or not because the composite type does not apply to complex profile walls and the complex profile type does not apply to composite walls.
But it is not consistent.
You will need to remove that criteria to make it work.
If it is then important that you don't select that composite type then reset so you are looking for "composite IS ..." and then remove them from your selection set.
Don't forget you can store you criteria set (small triangle button top right) so you can set them up once and use them again if need be.
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