Different "Incorrect Response" Layers for Accessible Drag'nDrop

Jun 23, 2021

I used this guide (https://community.articulate.com/discussions/articulate-storyline/build-an-accessible-drag-and-drop-interaction-in-storyline) to create an accessible drag'n drop, but it was recommended to me to recreate my original drag n drop into four separate slides because I had four different scenarios. I also wanted to add a certain "try again" message depending on which incorrect answer you chose.

I can't figure out how to get the right "incorrect" layer to show when the user drags the incorrect answer. This question has probably been addressed before, but I struggled to find an answer in the forums. It seems to have to do with the order of the triggers, but I'm not sure. I've attached my slide if someone could take a look at it. (the correct answer is "recall" for this slide)

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Leslie McKerchie

Hello Neil,

Thanks for sharing your project file to take a look at and understand what you were describing here.

It was a team effort, but the culprit was identified. Unfortunately, the trigger to display the Read layer was corrupted. This is why it was defying all other logic. If you delete this trigger and recreate it, your design works as intended.

An updated file is attached.