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Ability to reference an object by its ID from another object

I would like to set a chart's dimensions based on a specific ListBox's selections (i.e. not using the overall Current Selections). I come from an object-oriented background, so a solution like ListBoxID.getCurrentSelections() would be ideal. Is there something similar implemented in QlikView?  Thank you

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bill_markham
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Could you put the List Box into an Alternate State and use the recently introduced ability of GetCurrentSelections() to act against a specified state.

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bill_markham
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Champion III

Could you put the List Box into an Alternate State and use the recently introduced ability of GetCurrentSelections() to act against a specified state.

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Yes that will work well, thank you very much!