I made one module in Captivate 5.5 - using "execute advanced action" in clickbox and only in two slides, for no reason (there are no entry or exit action), it resets points.
Do you know what could be the reason? And why I should do to repair it?
I tried to remake these two slides, but it didn't help. Moreover I changed some lines in java script or manifest, but it didn't work.
Now I have no idea what to do.
Thanks for all replies.
I'm afraid you will need to give us more detail about this issue so that we can try to help you with it:
Replying to your questions:
Do I explain you what I mean?
How do you know the final score of the module is changing BEFORE clicking the boxes?
Normally the final score is only seen on the Quiz Results slide at the end of the module. How are you monitoring the final score before seeing this slide?
Did you insert the Quizzing system variable cpQuizInfoPointsscored in a text caption? I'm puzzled about 'symbol of the menu? This system variable is in CP5.5 indeed updated after submit of each question, and after each scored object And it will be displayed on the score slide. BTW you can display that tracking text caption by timing it for the rest of the project.
I suppose you activated Reporting for the click boxes, and entered a score for each of them. It is normal that the score then is updated after the click boxes have been clicked. Having created a lot of custom questions (check my blog) I never had issues with this work flow, so hope you do not mind me telling that it perhaps something you are missing here. Did you check the scores in Advanced interaction view?
Yes, I did. I inserted the Quizzing system variables cpQuizInfoPointsscored in text caption - to check where the clickboxes are changing the final score (missing two points).
I never had issues with this work flow too - until now.
I looked through all of Captivate's options (for example: on enter, on exit actions). I also checked the scores in Advanced interaction view (as you can see beyond, the system raports these clickboxes in slides 9 and 10, but there aren't in the final score).
I don't find the reason, so I wrote to you.
I need more information. Both slides have more click boxes than the scored one: are those in different locations on the slide? You cannot have two click boxes in exactly the same location at the same time. So if you could post a screenshot from stage + timeline?
And what is the advanced action triggered by the click box exactly doing?
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