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Depending on your use case, you can either provide a default value of the combo-box with the filter most of your users are going to use, (e.g. like To and From date if this is some ticketing site). You can also have a not-selected drop down that enforces user to select a value before you show next options to the user. This is useful when you want user to ...


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If there are only 3 items in the drop-down (interval, comparison, options), couldn't you could display them in tabs instead of a drop down? Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 This won't work if you've got more than a few items in your drop-down. Also I'm wondering if those numbered boxes at the top of your screen are tabs or steps. If there are tabs then ...


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One solution would be to use an accordion/step-like flow. The user would select the filter in step 1 and each accordion/step section has means allowing the user to go to next (or previous) sections. Example: http://jsfiddle.net/rmardeni/NDncE/49/ (I didn't create this, just Googled it)



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