For anyone still looking for this, it is may be possible, but it will be a bit of work. You’ll need to add an acf/load_field filter for each of the fields. In the load field filter your will need to construct the needed conditional logic using the correct field keys and values from the fields you want to use. I’m not 100% sure this should work and I have not tested it, but there’s no reason that I know of that it shouldn’t work. For examples of what conditional logic needs to look like create some fields using it and then export them. Any field values that’s listed when you export a field can be modified in load field filter.
Hope this help anyone that’s looking to be able to do something like this.
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