Feel free to ask a new question about that, and make sure you include the dashboard xml that doesn't do what you expect. At some point we're just spamming an older question, veering further away from the original issue.
You can use tokens that exist too,
depends will show the panel or input when the token is set and hide it when the token is unset. Using that, you can set or unset a bunch of tokens from an input to show or hide a bunch of inputs.
Works for me with checkboxes:
<form> <label>hidden checkbox</label> <fieldset submitButton="false"> <input type="checkbox" token="field1" depends="$faketoken$"> <label>field1</label> <fieldForLabel>sourcetype</fieldForLabel> <fieldForValue>sourcetype</fieldForValue> <search> <query>index=_internal | stats count by sourcetype</query> <earliest>-60m@m</earliest> <latest>now</latest> </search> </input> </fieldset> </form>
I did not notice I had to literally use a token that doesnt exist.. Is there a way to map this to something like a master input? Say I has a master input field that I can select from checkboxes which filter inputs are available