Changing two shapes back to normal (simutaneously) after an option has been selected (Learner changes their mind)
Mar 23, 2017
I am creating a quiz question, with 3 possible responses and two are correct. Each response has two items, an oval shape with a 1, 2, or 3 in the shape, and a rectangle outline for the actual text. So there are 6 shapes total, 2 per response. Each shape has a "Normal" state which is gray and a state which is "Yellow_selected. If a learner clicks on a choice the response box and its oval shape turns from "Normal" to a "Yellow_Selected" state on click to indicate their selected response(s).
If a learner has already clicked on a response and it appears as the "Yellow_Selected" state, how can I make both shapes (the oval and rectangle outline) change back to "Normal" when the learner clicks on the response a second time - as if they are changing their mind or unclicking that (now) yellow choice back to the normal (gray) choice?
I can do this if there is only one shape involved, but I can't figure out how this is done if there are two separate shapes involved.