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This is quite vague; but if you have a relationship group where
B -< C >- A, with
B::field = C::field1 / C::field2 = A::field
you can go to the record(s) in B that are (indirectly via C) related to A – though which one you actually end up on depends on the sort order that is in effect between C and B, the current found set in the target layout and the setting in the Go to Related Record script step.
Maybe provide a more concrete scenario; A, B and C doesn't exactly set the old neurons on fire.
Thank you so much for your reply.