I've got another question on the re-take quiz function.
I've set the questions to allow 2 attempts, and if the user get it wrong a third time they get feedback that appears telling them what the correct answer is.
However, when I am going through and then retaking the quiz, that feedback is showing on the question - how can I edit that?
Thank you for any help you can offer
No, it's definitly the retake option.
I have tested again, and it is happening to those that I got incorrect first time round, but not those I got correct.
I set up the quiz properties so that on correct answer of the question, the action is to progress to the next slide. I set 2 failure levels, and selected on last attempt Show and then added a text box with a message informing the delegate of the correct answer. This then shows on screen for 5 seconds or so and then progresses to the next slide.
I got the first 3 questions incorrect on purpose, and correctly answered the other 9.
When I clcik retake quiz, the first 3 questions that I got incorrect that first time, show that text caption from the start of the slide playing. The 9 I got correct do not show it.
I then got all the questions correct, and now the results screen shows I got them all correct, had 2 attempts at the quiz, but now I can't work out how to get to my final slide as it doesn't seem to progress automatically.
Thanks very much again for your help.
What might be happening here is that you've used a SHOW command to make that text caption visible after their final attempt, but you haven't provided any way to HIDE it again so that it's reset for another attempt. That's probably why it's still showing up on the slide when you revisit on the next attempt.
Could I suggest that you try setting the On Last Attempt action to Continue after SHOWing the feedback caption, and then use the On Slide Exit event to HIDE the same feedback captions so that they will not appear if you revisit the same slide on the next attempt.
Yep. You're right. I forgot that you're working with quiz questions and they don't give you the On Exit action to work with.
To hide that extra feedback caption that you've added, you'll probably need to use the On Enter action of the actual quiz slide where this caption appears. Probably best to make sure the caption does not enter the timeline for a second or so after the slide begins playing so that you won't have any chance of seeing if flash briefly on screen before the Advanced Action hides it.
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