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Default Loading The Same Form To Many Navigation Buttons

I have a navigation form with four horizontal navigation buttons. I have one filter form that I use to enter criteria for building reports. Each of the four navigation buttons has as Navigation Target Name my filter form.
My presumption is to click on the corresponding navigation button, to fill the desired parameters in the appearing filter form and with a double click on the same navigation button to open the resulting report.
My problem is that when I choose my parameters in the filter form and single click the navigation button the filter form loads again and the choosen data is gone. Is there any property that I can change to achieve my target.
I do not want to build multiple filter forms with different buttons on them to create the reports.
Thank you in advance

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