Freeform - Pickone - Invalid answer with custom nav buttons

Hello,

I can't get my custom 'next' button to submit a 'pick one' freeform interaction (set up triggers for the button to first 'submit interaction - pick one' and then 'jump to slide - next'.

When I enable the player's 'submit' button on that slide, everything works fine.

 

Any solutions for this?

Thanks in advance,

Erez

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Erez Goren

Hello Wendy,

I would happily upload, but the module is in Hebrew, so I doubt it will help.

There are 11 pictures, all 100% transpartent (but up front) that are possible choices for this interaction. They all sit on a background image which is not a choice and is in the background. Each of the choices has a 'selected' state with a blue circle on to give the user feedback.

My custom 'Next' button has been tested with the 'submit interaction' trigger, and with the 'jump to next slide' trigger after it, with no luck.

When i enabled the actual player's 'submit' button - everything worked as expected.

PS. These 11 images were all shapes (rectangles, L-shapes, and groups of shapes) But were converted to pictures after I read some of the boards here recommending to do so.

 

Wendy Farmer
Erez Goren

There are 11 pictures, all 100% transpartent (but up front) that are possible choices for this interaction. They all sit on a background image which is not a choice and is in the background. Each of the choices has a 'selected' state with a blue circle on to give the user feedback.


 

 

I have created a sample of what I think you are describing but I don't understand how the user knows where the 11 images are if they are 100% transparent?

In my sample, I know which is the correct answer and I can by using a custom Next button, submit the transaction and move to the next slide. I have then put in a result slide to confirm that my interaction is being submitted and it is. My submit transaction trigger is first then the jump to next slide trigger.

I must be misunderstanding what you are trying to achieve.

Erez Goren

Hello Wendy,

Thanks for reproducing and good news that it's working on your end!

Apologies if I wasn't clear, here's the crucial bit of information I missed:

the question is addressing a background picture of one octave of a piano keyboard. each of the 11 keys (minus a starting key) are options for the 'pickone' interaction, and they all have 'selected' states that include a blue circle marking.