You may be comfortable with the Qlik Sense default current selections box:

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What if you or your end users aren’t keen on the look and feel? Especially inside a web application you may not want to always use this to control your Qlik charts. Using the APIs you can completely customise these controls.

An example

I replaced the standard icons with basic text links and used some basic styling to replace the current selections bar.

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Reintroducing lock and unlock functionality into Qlik Sense

A little added extra was to reintroduce lock/unlock functionality that will be familiar to Qlikview users. When a field is locked the object will go orange:

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Code for the buttons:

(Jquery Required)

Javascript:

[Code snippet – Custom selection nav buttons](http://snipplr.com/view/100940/custom-selection-nav-buttons/) on Snipplr

HTML:

[Code snippet – text links for selection navigation](http://snipplr.com/view/100941/text-links-for-selection-navigation/) on Snipplr

Javascript:

[Code snippet – Custom current selections](http://snipplr.com/view/100939/custom-current-selections/) on Snipplr
HTML:
[Code snippet – current selection list html](http://snipplr.com/view/100942/current-selection-list-html/) on Snipplr