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Can you use Valid Intersections to restrict one dimension based on another?

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So I've been fiddling around with Valid Intersections, and I'm pretty sure this isn't possible based on the documentation and what i've discovered....but figured I'd try and ask :).

Is there a way for a user to select any member of one dimension, and have another dimension be restricted based on that selection?

We want a user to select a member from a dimension that will allow the selection of only one member from another dimension....but if they want, they can choose another member from that first dimension.

As it stands, because Dim 2 is only valid for X member in Dim 1, a user cannot now change Dim 1 without having to clear the POV. I have found that clear POV doesn't work with user variables, and is finnicky in general. Also if users only want to reselect these two dimensions, clearing the other 4 will be troublesome.

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