Just to add a little more detail - when I'm showing the dash action filter on the popper sheet - where yours has the state list and Idaho is selected, but as soon as you add another state it kills the sheet. Well, on mine, adding another category to Medical doesn't kill the sheet, and doesn't change the # categories selected the way yours is doing with the states.
Dave -- I broke this out as a new thread. Too many specifics are needed to leave it as just a tag-on in someone else's thread.
I'll need to see a workbook.
Wait, what? This is my thread - the whole thread was about this one thing.
For the time being, I had to make a sheet that *dis*appeared when Medical was selected, and plaster that over a static version of the note box.
I would have to create dummy data to share a workbook but I'll see what I can do.
Dave -- Totally my bad on that. We can just keep working here now though.
Sorry for the confusion.
BTW, what's in the pop-out sheet doesn't really matter. Just that it pops out when you want something displayed, and disappears when something needs to go away.
And reading your description more closely, you need the pop-out sheet either at the top of a vertical container, or at the left of a horizontal container. The sheet can only "push" that way. If you have it at the end of the list, it means you expect it to "pull" the special sheet down (or to the right) and the container mechanism doesn't work that way. It always fills in from left to right or from top down.
Right, I tried it at the top of a vertical container, but no matter what positioning I tried, the "pusher" sheet never pushed anything - it just appears and disappears while the special sheet stays in place. But, even if that worked, there is the issue of the conditional value not reverting when the category is UNselected leaving all values.
The conditional value is what I really need to see hands-on.
As for the pop-out sheet, if it's set to fixed width, it will retain its real-estate in the container whether or not it has anything to display.
Also, hide the title on the pop-out sheet (if you haven't already.)