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Unfortunately the only way I'm aware of to "clear things out" is to reload the Captivate into the browser. This means resetting all of it and totally starting over. I looked at the settings for the question in the hopes that the developers also changed the questions with Captivate 3. I know they added a new feature to have a Text Entry Box object begin fresh, so it stood to reason that the same may have been made available to a Question Slide. But after scrutinizing the slide, no dice. So your options are to either start the movie over or possibly duplicate the Question Slide and return them to the copy if needed.
Rick, thanks again for your assistance...
However it would seem common practice to... after an incorrect test result... to loop the student back to endure the lesson once again... and then bring them back to the test for a 2nd, 3rd, etc try.
I guess they are saving the test results in program variables... and don't offer the option of re-initializing the variables after a student incorrectly completes the test...
In this case I wonder if we can create our own variable(s) in Captivate... and test them... and branch accordingly?
Can't you embed java script in Captivate? Or other languages and/or programming?
Create your own variables in Captivate? Nope But if you have Flash and are comfortable using it, you can probably do it. I know that a download exists on the Captivate Exchange Click Here to visit the Exchange that you may download that uses variables. And I think it comes with the source Flash .FLA file too. So assuming the Flash bit is an option, you could edit that FLA and bend it to your whims.