I just create a field, like "Chart". I give it values of all the titles of my charts. Each chart has a condition for display, like Chart='Revenue Trend'. If you create a list box for the Chart field, that is at least fairly close to the feel of hyperlinks, even if the coloration isn't the same.
Moving away from the feel of hyperlinks, you could put a single-field multi-box up where the title should be, so that it serves both as the title of the chart and as a drop down for selecting the chart to display. More room on the screen for the charts themselves, slightly harder to select a specific chart since it takes two clicks instead of one.
A similar option would be to create a new field for each chart, put the fields in a cyclic group at the top of the page as the title, and use display conditions like getcurrentfield(Chart)='Revenue Trend'. That gives you the ability to go to the next chart with a single click if that's desirable.
We've done a pretty good job of getting our users to accept the way that QlikView does things. They don't insist on duplicating things they're more familiar with, like hyperlinks (unless I'm hyperlinking to an external document of some sort). I understand that not everyone is so lucky in regards to their users, and may be forced to make QlikView look and feel like some other product. But if possible, I think you'll save yourself trouble in the long run by making QlikView simply look and feel like QlikView instead of a web browser, Excel, Power Point, or whatever your users are used to.
I suppose my suggestion falls flat in that it is NOT dynamically maintained from the existing charts, and instead requires a manual data entry and a reload to link to a new chart. I haven't found that much of a problem in practice, but perhaps it would be in your case.