It doesn't look like there is a way to directly ask a displaybox if the selection attribute set. Which is odd, because you can set it and clear it. @XanGregg@audrey_shull
It does look like XPATH can tell, at least sometimes. This is my first venture into XPATH, so I'm probably missing something obvious. Run lines two and three after selecting aaa or bbb with the selection tool.
Since A and B were selected, which are all the children of the hlistbox, It became selected, but it is also all of the children of another listbox, which became selected. Probably need to try a few more examples to be sure.