Yes, both the sliders are attached to different fields. The top one is using expression (for formatting), the other one is direct field.
As you can see from the snapshot below the power slider is selected however, the price slider isn't. If i select on the price slider the power slider gets reset and the thumb disappears. same behavior happens vice versa.
Of course, every column is linked with every other column (not literally), so the change in one should result in change in other slider.
The other thing is that change in sliders (alternatively) results in resetting selections in the list boxes as well. so completely resetting the selection, whenever, slider object is changed (either one)
Alright, so your scenario seem to be as follows:
Field1 Field2 1 111 2 112 3 113 4 114 5 115 6 116 7 117 8 118 9 119 10 120
Field1 Field3 1 111 5 112 10 113
Field1 -> Slider1, Field2 -> Slider2 , Field3 -> Slider3
If 1 is selected in Slider1 then you can select 111 in Slider2 and 111 in Slider3. Else, Slider1 value won't be retained.
Whereas, if we have another table as:
Field4 Field5 A DD B EE C FF
Field4 -> Slider4, Field5 -> Slider5
Selecting any value in Slider1, Slider2 or Slider3 won't affect Slider4 & Slider5
and yes, it is obvious that Slider4 & Slider5 selection will affect each other.
Just check if this is the thing with your data in data model.