I am not able to open the twbx file.
But are you asking about switching from one sheet to another?
I think , you are trying to open in lower version of Tableau.Try with the latest version of Tableau. It will.
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So this might be the toughest one yet!!....and although this was a fun puzzle I probably wouldn't advise using this method. It's pretty complicated to set up and maintain, and there's a lot of tough-thought trying to keep track of what the actions are doing and what they are sending what (and the interactions between all those actions)...well it certainly made my brain hurt!!
I'd just go for a parameter like this (and have it as a slider)
However, we can (just about) do this with actions....the basic trick is detailed here
and a single datasource simpler version here
In short we create two dummy dimensions with the values 1 and 0, and we send 1 = 0 to kill a sheet, and then use 1=1 to revive it! Sounds simple...
So first I've added the one and zero dimensions to the circle and cross sheet
Action 1 - Kill the Cross when it's selected (sends the dreaded 1 = 0 to itself...note the Leave Filter on De-selction and we're sending it to the sheet, not the sheet in the dash)
Action 2 - Show Show Line Chart, when Cross is selected (the zero = zero will become apparent in later actions)
Action 3 - Kill the Line Chart when the circle is Hit
Action 4 - When we select the circle, we need this (very odd) action to revive the cross (notice again it's targeted at the actual sheet)
Action 5 - Once the Circle Revives the Cross...it's reward is to kill itself!
Action 6 - However not all is lost for the circle, as the cross revives him when selected
And that it. So you need 6 actions just to create that behavior, and if you want to also send dimensions (such as the Order Group in your original) it gets even more complicated (if fact I couldn't work it out!). It's also a pain to maintain (I created something similar, but with even more clicking for an iPad specific one, where the user wanted to press buttons to do stuff...I ended up with 37 actions, and if I even wanted to add another sheet (which inherit all actions by default) it just took ages to set it all up again!!
It might be that I've over thought it, and there is a simpler way (would love to be wrong here!!) but this is the only way I could think of.
Hope that helps, but I'd go with the boolean parameter (or invest in a little D3.js...where it might take a few hours to create a bar chart, but you can get it to do exactly what you want!)