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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Shahnaz,

This is a really basic drag and drop, but it has a score - are you looking for something more customized in terms of the score based on what the user drops? If that's what you're looking for it'll involve a bit more set up in terms of variables such as the examples in this thread. 

Shahnaz Rustomjee

Yes that's right , I want to add scores based to what the user drops. Unfortunately I cant open the demo slide in the thread, would you have any that you can send me please.

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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Shahnaz,

I didn't have any difficulty opening the files - I've reattached the first one here. It's a SL1 document, so you can open with SL1 or SL2 and then upgrade it.  On the second page Mike Taylor shares another one. 

Also, just an FYI when you reply via email it includes your signature in the reply so you're welcome to update that and remove it if you'd like. 

Crystal Horn

Hey there, Rita.  At a very basic level, I think you can get what you need to allowing multiple attempts (which will generate the Try Again feedback layer), and editing the feedback layers to include text references to the Results.ScorePoints variable (you'll need a results slide to generate those variables).  

I'll attach an example.  That's a very basic solution, so for further design advice, I defer to our community.

I wasn't sure what you meant by timing, though?