Multiple default filter widget value

I wanted to know if there is a way to input multiple default widget values in a query. In the following picture I want to have 3 sections as default.

In this image I inputted them manually and I have only one value as default (1). Is there a way to have 1,2,3 selections as default?.

I tried inputtig in the box as 1;2;3 and 1,2,3. With the comma it worked sometimes, when I was working with numbers. But when I tried to do the same thing with strings I didn't get results

Basically I want to know if there is a special key to determine separation between sections when I define a variable as a default and I want to input multiple selections.

Thanks

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Hi @Vallistruqui
Upgrade to a newer release. It was fixed a while ago. Latest release is 0.40.1: https://github.com/metabase/metabase/releases/latest