This example illustrates a single composite panel with a collection of adjusters that are dependent on one of two boolean adjusters.
Initially*, you should see only two on/off switches in the panel. Turning one preference on should reveal dependent adjusters, and turning the preference off should hide them. Each of the two preferences has its own set of dependent adjusters.
Turning one preference on and off should not affect the visibility of the other boolean's dependent adjusters.
Any values set with the dependent adjusters should be preserved even if the controlling preference is turned off.
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